To be fair, Max got held up by Grosjean when he was going for a time. Albon was still second quick, but no one else had a chance to respond due to the yellow. So with those two we just don't know yet. If Red Bull isn't competitive it will be the first time since 2014, and even then they won three races. If they can't get in the fight that could be the biggest surprise of the sesason.Albon is struggling mightily. Guy keeps crashing non stop.
Max meanwhile is plain too slow.
Intercooler problem in one practice and then brake problems in the other two practices. Never had a full practice to get into a rhythm this weekend. And yeah he lost the lap at Copse I think.Not really representative. He got his second set time erased for going off track limits.
I still get your point. Vettel seems like he is due for retirement.
Ferrari has a history of treating their #2 like crap. No one is saying it, but Vettel is certainly their #2, and the results are bearing that out. They don't want him and you can't produce in that kind of environment. Vettel is too young to be past it, so I think he's more than overdue to get the hell away from Ferrari and go somewhere the team can get behind him. Racing point might be that team, that is, if he can get in there.Vettel seems like he is due for retirement.
I wonder if Gene Haas is getting weary?
You should watch the onboard comparison of Leclerc's qualifying laps at Austria between this year and last. Top speed down between 15-20 KPH on the longer straights there. The aero is different of course but the PU itself is so much worse.Ferrari can’t even catch a Renault. Damn
That Sochi race with literally 0 passes a few years ago was worse.This “race” has been the absolute worst race I have ever seen across any racing series ever. Wow I mean what is this
Could be worse......could be at Paul Richard. Glad I read this though. I'll watch the recording during my afternoon nap.This “race” has been the absolute worst race I have ever seen across any racing series ever. Wow I mean what is this
Hamilton wouldn't be wrecking every week like the current clowns. Hulk seems to stay out of stupid accidents, which would be a big improvement for Haas.Not really. Hülkenberg might be an upgrade over Grosjean but even Hamilton couldn't score points in that car.
One might think so but thinking about it more, who's to say he wouldn't have blown a tire as well? He said his tires weren't looking good 10 laps from the finish.Red Bull throws a win away, although I do understand why they pitted Max.