Overall the testing has been night and day from last year. Although the new power plant has had a lot to do with it, it appears the chassis is back to what it was as of 2013 (i.e., competitive!). However, let's not curse it! Let's see how they do at the final test next week. Also, I'm hoping RoGro is competitive tomorrow.
Absolutely correct. Earlier it was hard to say what was really going on, but it was nice to see good times. However, now with the second test complete and Lotus having posted the fastest overall time, it appears to be going definitively in the right direction.
Final test is later this week and that should be a good barometer for where the teams will fall on the first race weekend.
last year all the time gaps were due to the FIA not allowing engine development... so the racing was fixed from day one. all this testing shows is that the other engines are coming onto spec, and the gaps seem to be less dramatic. so hopefully, it will be a more realistic and less artificial year.
plus vie always said maldo is a very good driver and gets a bad rap... he has a great record, you side of F1.
We keep seeing F1 cars coming up on cars a bit ahead of them and the leading car crashing into those and/or running them off the track.
You need to know that those cars are in the “blind spots” of the leading drivers, who cannot turn their head easily or enough due to safety concerns.
Turn up the lights, turn up the volume.
Gonna be my first time attending an F1 event in Belgium next month. Just curious if I'll need earplugs because if I'll need a pair I'm gonna order a pair of . They seem to have other products on their website but I really like this filtered one.
I do have a condition called hyperacusis that...