Perhaps if SV retires. Or a nightmare start for the German. Maybe reliability issues? There's no way Ferrari will allow anything other than SV finishing as the lead red car unless circumstance conspires against them.
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It was a disappointing qually. Was hoping top of the shop would be closer. McLaren having got a better engine appear to have sacrificed chassis performance in order to accomodate it. Was hoping for more from factory Renault team too. Williams and Sauber are shocking given their respective engine sup...
- Thu Mar 22, 2018 2:23 pm
- Forum: Formula 1
- Topic: How would you design the "Formula" of F1? (regulations)
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I'm not sure what rule changes I'd advocate, but part of the consideration would include recognising a need to attract more engine suppliers to sport.
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Alonso in previous years hasn't hesitated to convey bad vibes about the package before him. If the lack of such this year is a reliable indicator of form/improvement, one might be tempted to conclude that the McLaren's are sandbagging.
McLaren have good cornering speed but will be hindered by a conservative approach by Renault. There are reasonble grounds to consider McLaren design philosophy partly responsible for recent Honda era issues when you look at the reliability and speed of the latest version sat in the cars of Red Bull ...