Well, if the soft tires are not working, then Ferrari (and Alfa) are in trouble.
Actually, I don't think Mercedes have been sandbagging. I think that Ferrari has been unable to get the tires working in anything other than the optimal temperature, and they have yet to get them to the optimal temperature since testing. The problem is that the tire walls are now thinner, so they don't hold their heat as well. For some reason, this is appears to be causing fits for Ferrari (but not Mercedes?).Mercedes reveals the new upgrades for their cars in Barcelona.
I am pleased that at least Bottas is making a fight of it, but I don't believe the wrong set up thing, not at all. They wanted Ferrari to believe they had a big advantage so they'd stop developing the car quite so much, why change it when you (think you) have the best car?i dont like how this is going competitively i think this is going to be more Australia than Bahrain. but fair play to bottas because he has come to fight & he is looking capable of producing a big upset defeating lewis that no one saw coming.
it according to sky f1 wasnt sandbagging, they were running in wrong set up window for 7 of the 8 testing days