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    #76
    Originally posted by TJ View Post
    https://streamable.com/tvmhv

    So much lift and coast - barely uses the brakes in S3
    Heating problems? (Didn't watch the race.....I know it was hot though)

    Edit: Just listened to the audio.

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      #77
      “As we often say, we should leave the drivers free to fight, as overall this will be good for F1. So ‘bravo’ to Verstappen, he drove a fantastic race today as did Charles. There will be new opportunities for us in the future" - Mattia Binotto.
      /csh Racing

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        #78
        Originally posted by CussCuss View Post
        Now going forward theoretically you can take the inside line every time, and push anyone wide even if they are alongside you and you shouldnt be penalized, but FIA dont really seem to be doing consistency at the moment so who knows what the fuck would happen. Can't wait to see what happens when the next guy trys to push verstappen wide.
        This.

        The idea now is, you can come steaming into a corner and as long as you've got the inside line, you can push anyone off the track. It's not racing - that's NASCAR or dodgem cars.

        Was Lerclec still beside Max enough to be competing for the corner - 100%, Max should of given racing room.

        If Lerclec's front wheel was say in line with Max's rear wheel at corner entry, then 1000000% Lerclec should of conceded the corner, which in this scenario, you'd see them trying to pull off the old switch back.

        Another point here too, we're talking about the final laps, I think Charles had every right to be expected to defend the fuck out of the lead, and that included trying to run Max into a tight corner to bog him down off the corner.

        Last rant - to be honest, 8 times out of 10... A cars width would of still got the job done...
        Panzer Wagen

        M-Cars follow the idea that power should be felt & not seen

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          #79
          Defending the fuck out of it should have driven him to run the inside line, then hang Max out to dry.
          Originally posted by brasher
          TJ is 99% African American.

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            #80
            Originally posted by AndyMac View Post
            This.

            The idea now is, you can come steaming into a corner and as long as you've got the inside line, you can push anyone off the track. It's not racing - that's NASCAR or dodgem cars.

            Was Lerclec still beside Max enough to be competing for the corner - 100%, Max should of given racing room.

            If Lerclec's front wheel was say in line with Max's rear wheel at corner entry, then 1000000% Lerclec should of conceded the corner, which in this scenario, you'd see them trying to pull off the old switch back.

            Another point here too, we're talking about the final laps, I think Charles had every right to be expected to defend the fuck out of the lead, and that included trying to run Max into a tight corner to bog him down off the corner.

            Last rant - to be honest, 8 times out of 10... A cars width would of still got the job done...
            Not sure about this, 2004 Imola, 2008 Spa immediately come to mind. I'm sure there's more, it was common to "hang them out to dry".
            I'm not as obsessive with the sport these days but what is the racing room rule and to which stages of the corner does it apply? Assuming Leclerc is entitled to a car width for the entire radius because his front wing is far beyond Max's rear wheel in entry and mid corner.. What's the point of rules when you can't enforce them?


            But you know, that's racing - Montoya.

            Miss the cheeseburger munching fiery cunt.

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              #81
              Originally posted by AndyMac View Post
              This.

              The idea now is, you can come steaming into a corner and as long as you've got the inside line, you can push anyone off the track. It's not racing - that's NASCAR or dodgem cars.
              It’s never going to come to that because if you do come steaming in divebomb style you’re either not going to make the turn or your opponent is going to already be committed to the turn and you’re going to pile into the side of him

              Either way it’s a hi-risk move that you’re likely to lose

              Originally posted by Jim
              I feel that rules are important as without rules there is no cheating and cheating is a vital part of drag racing.
              Originally posted by elfturbomax
              What has happened to PF? It seems to be diesel love now days. Maybe the name should be changed to Particulate Forums.
              1UZ+1NZ...

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                #82
                Originally posted by gmx View Post
                Not sure about this, 2004 Imola, 2008 Spa immediately come to mind. I'm sure there's more, it was common to "hang them out to dry".
                I'm not as obsessive with the sport these days but what is the racing room rule and to which stages of the corner does it apply? Assuming Leclerc is entitled to a car width for the entire radius because his front wing is far beyond Max's rear wheel in entry and mid corner.. What's the point of rules when you can't enforce them?

                But you know, that's racing - Montoya.

                Miss the cheeseburger munching fiery cunt.
                Same corner, same track, same drivers...

                /csh Racing

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                  #83
                  Originally posted by perthdrivers.txt View Post
                  Whereas Charles was a newbie desparate to do anything to hold on to his first F1 win, even if that meant running off track to stay alongside long after he should have realised the overtake was done
                  Except the move was not done. On the previous lap, max did the same thing, left da space, got further infront of eclair, but then eclair managed to pass him again down the next straight because he had a better run/angle.

                  Also lols at a lot of the commentators saying its just hard racing and then in the next comment saying charles should have conceded the corner. Apparently its only max who should be racing hard.
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