Sure, but it's still 3 days for each driver. Worst case he'll drive all three days next week.
Lets play "who's doing the most sandbagging?"
Great innovation by Mercedes with the DAS. Currently hasn't been ruled illegal but I can't imagine RB Honda or Ferrari not lodging a complaint.
Haas for sure, the hole last season at least.
I know who does the least. Racing Point.
Never realised how claustrophobic the halo makes the cockpit seem. Nice fake watch at 1:30
I only watched 3 episodes of the original Netflix doc. but I was stuck at home Thursday-Sunday and watched all of the 2nd season.
It was ok.
I feel like it did not really provide any new or additional insight in regards to things that I'm sure most F1 fans would have already known.
I was expecting more about some drama/tension at Ferrari.
It was interesting to hear from them principals though.
I never watch any of their press interviews during the season.
I think the best part of the series was the one line Kimi had right at the end.
I think the camera is mounted quite high up. I don’t think that’s the drivers view.
I didn't know season 2 had landed, I will check it out, I enjoyed the first one
It came out on Friday.
It's not that I didn't enjoy the 1st season.
I just never found the time to watch it.
When's the spending cap come in effect? 2020 or 2021??
RAI was only in it for 10 seconds in the last ep and was the absolute best.
Next season, 2021.
Anyone here attending Australian GP? I have a business trip to Australia coming up and I'm planning to attend since it looks they will continue with it. Just looking for Watch Fans who are also F! to have a beer or two. Cheers
Ha, was talking about this earlier, nice pre season kick off to make things tasty. Interesting who didn't sign the letter....
This has been going on for decades. If Ferrari win they must be cheating.
It is stated in the article - "Rival teams, not including the Ferrari-powered Haas and Alfa Romeo, saw that statement and have decided to launch a formal protest on the eve of the new season " which in some way it makes sense they have a power unit provided by Ferrari.
There's no way Haas or Alfa Romeo was ever going to go against Ferrari.
I have not paid much attention to this because at the end of the day Ferrari did not win a constructors or drivers championship.
What I gather is this:
The FIA suspected something was up, but waited till post season to bring it up, Ferrari basically says "ok well prove it" and they couldn't.
It looks bad for both involved I think...
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