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Thread: 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix - Baku, June 04 - 06

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    Quote Originally Posted by JChan View Post
    but it is better if VER finish the race it's a 15pts lead than 5pts lead, but it's better because LH lock up at turn 1! it's a blessing for RB! it is better outcome than LH leading the WDC! zero pts for MERC WCC! RB with 25 additional pts earned!
    Nothing about how it helped Ferrari get some more points? or do we just care about Merc not winning now?
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    Normally Ham doesn't make too many mistakes, feeling the pressure then.

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    Both driver at Ferrari did a lot of mistake today… Ferrari need more power but ok 4-8 in front of Mclaren …I believe that can Ferrari 2022 go for championship… forza Ferrari ����

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrarichamp View Post
    Normally Ham doesn't make too many mistakes, feeling the pressure then.
    Not only Ham feeling the pressure it’s Mercs too.

    Both RB drivers & their car is strong. This could be their year of WCC/WDC.

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    Leclerc ahead of Bottas in WDC now
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    Well done to Ferrari for the result, I think its decent result for a power track.

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    Seb DoD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Nothing about how it helped Ferrari get some more points? or do we just care about Merc not winning now?
    All I care is MERC lose this season! I'm a ferrari fan but all I know we don't have a chance this season! I cheer the one who defeated the DEVIL LH!

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    Paul Ricard is a high downforce track with plenty pf slow speed corners and long straights. It should suit the SF21 well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    It will be the same all year, just accept it.
    And that what's makes it hard. At the back of my mind, I really hope Ferrari are making some good progress for the next year. You really don't want to be left out of the competition with the restrictions in place.
    Nevertheless happy for Charles, wished more from Carlos, but still we got some points that is all what matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrarichamp View Post
    Normally Ham doesn't make too many mistakes, feeling the pressure then.
    Lewis had the magic on....meanin his brakes. That's why he over shot T1.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Paul Ricard is a high downforce track with plenty pf slow speed corners and long straights. It should suit the SF21 well.
    But we are 25hp down, blah blah.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20000rpm View Post
    And that what's makes it hard. At the back of my mind, I really hope Ferrari are making some good progress for the next year. You really don't want to be left out of the competition with the restrictions in place.
    Nevertheless happy for Charles, wished more from Carlos, but still we got some points that is all what matters.
    Chassis is good, we will be great if the engine is up there with Merc and Honda.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Both Spa and Monza will be damage limitation.
    Agreed. But atleast here we had some grace thanks to safety cars. Under normal race circumstances, I am still wondering where we would actually be.

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    I would re consider the decision of not bringing big update for rest of the season. we can do better for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alfaromeo View Post
    Both driver at Ferrari did a lot of mistake today… Ferrari need more power but ok 4-8 in front of Mclaren …I believe that can Ferrari 2022 go for championship… forza Ferrari ����
    Apples and Oranges. Leclerc fighting against cars with more engine power is not the same thing as Sainz making rookie mistakes and losing position to Alonso at the restart.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Leclerc ahead of Bottas in WDC now
    I don’t see bottas next year in Mercs

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    I am unhappy with Carlos. Disappointed.
    As for Charles, hmmm.

    I will post my observations later tonight. All in all, positive result for the team. Could be better in my opinion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JacKy View Post
    I would re consider the decision of not bringing big update for rest of the season. we can do better for sure.
    Let them keep pushing for the current cars while we focus on the next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Chassis is good, we will be great if the engine is up there with Merc and Honda.
    Yep, in 2025 when the current engines expires we might have a chance on the engine front to challenge Mercedes, looking forward to that, still a few years away which is a shame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lesky View Post
    Really? You must finish in the top 10 to get a fastest lap point, so he wont get any points.

    Max would have extended his lead with 11 points over Lewis had his tire not failed, now its a zero. So huge win for Lewis in the WDC.
    I don't really see it like that. Mercedes had a fresh PU this weekend, Bottas was atrocious and the Mercedes in general seems difficult to set up and find that window for the tyres. This track would usually favour Mercedes because of there huge performance advantage with the engine. They had to run with a skinnier wing to keep that advantage and it was marginal Vs the Red Bull. I'm quietly confident Red Bull have the better overall package.

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    only 1 pole out of 6 converted into a race win this year, a bit unusual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warp View Post
    Let them keep pushing for the current cars while we focus on the next season.
    I don't know mate , I've seen so many season lately that we said " Focusing next year car " and then ended up failure. This is a very long Season and car has a potential

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    Updated Constructors' standings:

    1. Red Bull - 174 pts
    2. Mercedes - 148 pts
    3. Ferrari - 94 pts
    4. McLaren - 92 pts
    5. AlphaTauri - 39 pts
    6. Aston Martin - 37 pts
    7. Alpine - 25 pts
    8. Alfa Romeo - 2pts
    9. Haas - 0 pts
    10. Williams - 0 pts



    Updated Drivers' championship standings:

    1. Verstappen - 105 pts
    2. Hamilton - 101 pts
    3. Perez - 69 pts
    4. Norris - 66 pts
    5. Leclerc - 52 pts
    6. Bottas - 47 pts
    7. Sainz - 42 pts
    8. Gasly - 31 pts
    9. Vettel - 28 pts
    10. Ricciardo - 26 pts
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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Paul Ricard is a high downforce track with plenty pf slow speed corners and long straights. It should suit the SF21 well.
    430 m asl so should be better than Baku which is -20 m asl (Caspian coast is actually below the mean sea level).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Updated Constructors' standings:

    1. Red Bull - 174 pts
    2. Mercedes - 148 pts
    3. Ferrari - 94 pts
    4. McLaren - 92 pts
    5. AlphaTauri - 39 pts
    6. Aston Martin - 37 pts
    7. Alpine - 25 pts
    8. Alfa Romeo - 2pts
    9. Haas - 0 pts
    10. Williams - 0 pts



    Updated Drivers' championship standings:

    1. Verstappen - 105 pts
    2. Hamilton - 101 pts
    3. Perez - 69 pts
    4. Norris - 66 pts
    5. Leclerc - 52 pts
    6. Bottas - 47 pts
    7. Sainz - 42 pts
    8. Gasly - 31 pts
    9. Vettel - 28 pts
    10. Ricciardo - 26 pts
    Norris is doing exceptional job…!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JacKy View Post
    I don't know mate , I've seen so many season lately that we said " Focusing next year car " and then ended up failure. This is a very long Season and car has a potential
    The next year meme was under stefano domenicali leadership.

    Apparently this year is totally different since upgrades are very limited because of the token system and the PU freeze. Yeah Ferrari might say that they want the 3rd position in WCC but i doubt they will sacrifice resources that can be used for 2022.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patrese86 View Post
    I don't really see it like that. Mercedes had a fresh PU this weekend, Bottas was atrocious and the Mercedes in general seems difficult to set up and find that window for the tyres. This track would usually favour Mercedes because of there huge performance advantage with the engine. They had to run with a skinnier wing to keep that advantage and it was marginal Vs the Red Bull. I'm quietly confident Red Bull have the better overall package.
    Red Bull and Mercedes engines are pretty equal in terms of power. The Mercedes this year have less downforce at low speed because of the low rake and long wheel base. In consequence, the tires don t turn on fast like the Red Bull.

    I have a feeling being the longest car in the field does not help in the change of direction at low speed. Red Bull have a better all around car to challenge for the championship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgonzalesm6 View Post
    Updated Constructors' standings:

    1. Red Bull - 174 pts
    2. Mercedes - 148 pts
    3. Ferrari - 94 pts
    4. McLaren - 92 pts
    5. AlphaTauri - 39 pts
    6. Aston Martin - 37 pts
    7. Alpine - 25 pts
    8. Alfa Romeo - 2pts
    9. Haas - 0 pts
    10. Williams - 0 pts



    Updated Drivers' championship standings:

    1. Verstappen - 105 pts
    2. Hamilton - 101 pts
    3. Perez - 69 pts
    4. Norris - 66 pts
    5. Leclerc - 52 pts
    6. Bottas - 47 pts
    7. Sainz - 42 pts
    8. Gasly - 31 pts
    9. Vettel - 28 pts
    10. Ricciardo - 26 pts
    Thanks for this update... Hopefully we should be good enough to take 3rd place from Mclaren by a respectable margin.

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    Does anyone feel Carlos had a pretty average race today? I mean overtaken first at the start of the race, then again after restart. What just happened to him today?
    Did anyone get an interview of him explaining his lackluster performance today versus Monaco where he was a rocket, IMO.

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