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Thread: 2022 Emilia Romagna (Imola) GP Thread - Practice, Qualifying and Sprint Qualifying

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    Quote Originally Posted by 458 Italia View Post
    I reckon more protests will be on the way, anything and everything.
    Hmmm, If one dares to judge on this performance and weather, Then i'd say we look good in wet weather too.

    I'm pretty sure the other guys we're pushing it. So that gap of 1.5 sec to Verstappen isn't indicative of real times.

    But I'm quietly confident and happy
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    FP1:

    LECLERC (I): 28.415 (200) -- 30.585 (251) -- 30.402 (268) -- 1:29.402 (289)

    SAINZ (I): 28.857 (201) -- 30.798 (252) -- 30.482 (270) -- 1:30.279 (288)

    Verstappen (I): 28.524 (199) -- 31.092 (250) -- 31.194 (269) -- 1:30.867 (288)

    Magnussen (I): 29.182 (195) -- 31.830 (244) -- 31.219 (262) -- 1:32.439 (275)

    Schumacher (I): 29.519 (196) -- 31.704 (246) -- 31.765 (263) -- 1:32.988 (253)

    Perez (I): 29.499 (196) -- 31.915 (246) -- 31.167 (266) -- 1:33.012 (276)

    Alonso (I): 29.488 (194) -- 31.526 (247) -- 32.146 (263) -- 1:33.160 (280)

    Vettel (I): 29.483 (199) -- 32.022 (247) -- 31.860 (266) -- 1:33.365 (246)

    Tsunoda (I): 29.594 (193) -- 32.007 (246) -- 31.879 (262) -- 1:33.611 (273)

    Russell (I): 29.615 (197) -- 32.169 (246) -- 32.026 (262) -- 1:34.262 (267)

    Bottas (I): 29.598 (194) -- 32.551 (245) -- 31.916 (261) -- 1:34.615 (255)

    Gasly (I): 29.918 (189) -- 32.646 (240) -- 32.246 (259) -- 1:35.104 (259)

    Ocon (I): 30.284 (192) -- 32.736 (246) -- 32.400 (263) -- 1:35.420 (252)

    Norris (I): 29.560 (184) -- 32.767 (241) -- 32.319 (258) -- 1:35.502 (256)

    Ricciardo (I): 29.970 (194) -- 32.892 (242) -- 32.683 (259) -- 1:35.625 (252)

    Stroll (I): 29.983 (192) -- 32.854 (242) -- 32.370 (261) -- 1:36.033 (261)

    Albon (I): 30.181 (196) -- 33.201 (246) -- 32.785 (266) -- 1:36.461 (240)

    Hamilton (W): 30.293 (194) -- 33.466 (241) -- 32.705 (259) -- 1:36.464 (239)

    Zhou (I): 31.109 (192) -- 33.560 (242) -- 32.681 (261) -- 1:37.450 (254)

    Latifi (I): 31.518 (192) -- 34.492 (242) -- 33.459 (261) -- 1:39.698 (228)

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    Huge discrepancies in top speeds and sector speeds across the field. Some have clearly gone for the old school wet setup.

    Us, Red Bull and Alpine are on dry setup.

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    Too close to call but Carlos' new ICE seems to have a bit more pace. Looks promising, Charles with the new ICE and the new upgraded hybrid system is going to be mighty in Miami.

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    What a time to be a tifoso, no chinks in the Ferrari armour!

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    This was totally insane. What a pace from our team, wow! Hope it'll transfer to a quali and races. This looks good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 458 Italia View Post
    I reckon more protests will be on the way, anything and everything.
    Guaranteed! Only Merc was able to have that gap over the field for 8 years.

    But let them complain, this is our time and our era to dominate! Forza Ferrari!
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    Quote Originally Posted by 458 Italia View Post
    I reckon more protests will be on the way, anything and everything.
    It's just fp1
    Nothing new because we have the best grip, the best ability to adapt the car to tires and temperatures and a quick to set car
    If that wasn't enough, we have also two fast drivers in wet
    If the rain stops for qualifying, we will still have the cold and slippery track conditions to give us the edge

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    We spent much time to test these wet types, and now pay off :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brembo View Post
    Do unto Charles as Charles did to Seb; race to win , Carlos should race to be #1 not get Rubenized. The results will be WDC, WCC !!!
    I agree. However, I think LEC is exceptional. SAI is for sure an excellent driver but I think Charles is on a higher level - of the current drivers, similar to Max and Hamilton.

    (I know it's forbidden to 'praise' HAM here, but you don't win 7 WDCs unless you're one of the GsOAT.)
    Trying to be less angry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Singer View Post
    I agree. However, I think LEC is exceptional. SAI is for sure an excellent driver but I think Charles is on a higher level - of the current drivers, similar to Max and Hamilton.

    (I know it's forbidden to 'praise' HAM here, but you don't win 7 WDCs unless YOU HAVE THE BEST CAR ON THE GRID, A BUTLER/WING MAN TO ALWAYS PROTECT YOUR BACK ADN LASTLY NO COMPETITION FROM OTHER TEAMS.)
    There mate, i fixed it for ya.....i;m sure that's exactly what you meant to say

    hamster is anything but a $%^^% ING goat.....Schumi, Senna, Fangio....etc....that's what i call GOATS

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    It was good to see Charles and Carlos push it a bit and go beyond the level of grip. Id rather them explore the limits in practice than the race lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Singer View Post
    I agree. However, I think LEC is exceptional. SAI is for sure an excellent driver but I think Charles is on a higher level - of the current drivers, similar to Max and Hamilton.

    (I know it's forbidden to 'praise' HAM here, but you don't win 7 WDCs unless you're one of the GsOAT.)
    If your team is allowed to cheat while others are hammered as soon as they find the very smaller of advantages you don't have to be great. Average or slightly above in a superlative car will do. Don't forget Nico beat him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    It was good to see Charles and Carlos push it a bit and go beyond the level of grip. Id rather them explore the limits in practice than the race lol



    If your team is allowed to cheat while others are hammered as soon as they find the very smaller of advantages you don't have to be great. Average or slightly above in a superlative car will do. Don't forget Nico beat him.
    Not wasting my time debating someone who truly thinks Hamilton is 'average'. I don't like the guy but FFS!
    Trying to be less angry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Singer View Post
    Not wasting my time debating someone who truly thinks Hamilton is 'average'. I don't like the guy but FFS!
    dude, i did NOT say he's average......but no ^^%&ing way he's a GOAT

    for crying out loud, he got SPANKED by a teammate Button, yeah Button in 2011 in the same car.....so i rest my case

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    No. 'Brembo' did.

    I'll reiterate, I'm absolutely no fan of Hamilton but I'm afraid that outside the echo chamber of a Ferrari fan website, you won't find many who think he isn't among the top drivers of his generation.

    Is Max better than HAM? Max was gifted the WDC last year - not actually, strictly speaking, deserved but gifted by incompetence and a failure by officials to properly manage the race.
    Trying to be less angry..

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    dude, i did NOT say he's average......but no ^^%&ing way he's a GOAT

    for crying out loud, he got SPANKED by a teammate Button, yeah Button in 2011 in the same car.....so i rest my case
    He quoted me, but either way.

    Nick Singer,

    Hamilton got beaten in the same car by Rosberg and Button. If those two beat Nick Singer's "GOAT" what are they then? Gods?

    Yeah, people think he is "among the top drivers of his generation" because they are either ignoring all the help the FIA gave him or are oblivious to it.

    Max beat him in a different car so the determination of who is "better" is up for debate. What isn't up for debate is that he was, in fact, beaten in the same car by Button and Rosberg.

    Hamilton was gifted his first WDC by Timo Glock and the rest by the FIA. What's your point?
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    Hamilton is #5 all time no question (Schumacher, Fangio, Senna and Prost above) but it's the 'above Schumacher' crowd that really make me cringe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    It was good to see Charles and Carlos push it a bit and go beyond the level of grip. Id rather them explore the limits in practice than the race lol



    If your team is allowed to cheat while others are hammered as soon as they find the very smaller of advantages you don't have to be great. Average or slightly above in a superlative car will do. Don't forget Nico beat him.
    yeah Nico beat him as well as BUtton (who i call average at best) in 2011 in the same car....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    yeah Nico beat him as well as BUtton (who i call average at best) in 2011 in the same car....
    Exactly. I know Button is a 2009 WDC but let's be honest here... much like 6 of Hamilton's 7 Championships, it was the car. He had a cake walk to 6 wins in the first 7 races before RBR figured out their double diffuser.
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    is it a problem we rushed new engine for CS a bit early? Will it hurt us in the long run ensuring we have enough engines for the season?

    PS. its really annoying to scroll through these threads with a lot of back and forth about crap not related to ferrari and the gp weekend
    we're number one

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari4life View Post
    is it a problem we rushed new engine for CS a bit early? Will it hurt us in the long run ensuring we have enough engines for the season?

    PS. its really annoying to scroll through these threads with a lot of back and forth about crap not related to ferrari and the gp weekend
    Even if it ended up being a problem, I don't think one engine penalty is a huge issue. Mercedes even managed to make it an advantage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyss4k View Post
    Even if it ended up being a problem, I don't think one engine penalty is a huge issue. Mercedes even managed to make it an advantage.
    whats the penalty for it? how many engines are we allowed? did it go up since they increased the number of GP's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    FP1:

    LECLERC (I): 28.415 (200) -- 30.585 (251) -- 30.402 (268) -- 1:29.402 (289)

    SAINZ (I): 28.857 (201) -- 30.798 (252) -- 30.482 (270) -- 1:30.279 (288)

    Verstappen (I): 28.524 (199) -- 31.092 (250) -- 31.194 (269) -- 1:30.867 (288)

    Magnussen (I): 29.182 (195) -- 31.830 (244) -- 31.219 (262) -- 1:32.439 (275)

    Schumacher (I): 29.519 (196) -- 31.704 (246) -- 31.765 (263) -- 1:32.988 (253)

    Perez (I): 29.499 (196) -- 31.915 (246) -- 31.167 (266) -- 1:33.012 (276)

    Alonso (I): 29.488 (194) -- 31.526 (247) -- 32.146 (263) -- 1:33.160 (280)

    Vettel (I): 29.483 (199) -- 32.022 (247) -- 31.860 (266) -- 1:33.365 (246)

    Tsunoda (I): 29.594 (193) -- 32.007 (246) -- 31.879 (262) -- 1:33.611 (273)

    Russell (I): 29.615 (197) -- 32.169 (246) -- 32.026 (262) -- 1:34.262 (267)

    Bottas (I): 29.598 (194) -- 32.551 (245) -- 31.916 (261) -- 1:34.615 (255)

    Gasly (I): 29.918 (189) -- 32.646 (240) -- 32.246 (259) -- 1:35.104 (259)

    Ocon (I): 30.284 (192) -- 32.736 (246) -- 32.400 (263) -- 1:35.420 (252)

    Norris (I): 29.560 (184) -- 32.767 (241) -- 32.319 (258) -- 1:35.502 (256)

    Ricciardo (I): 29.970 (194) -- 32.892 (242) -- 32.683 (259) -- 1:35.625 (252)

    Stroll (I): 29.983 (192) -- 32.854 (242) -- 32.370 (261) -- 1:36.033 (261)

    Albon (I): 30.181 (196) -- 33.201 (246) -- 32.785 (266) -- 1:36.461 (240)

    Hamilton (W): 30.293 (194) -- 33.466 (241) -- 32.705 (259) -- 1:36.464 (239)

    Zhou (I): 31.109 (192) -- 33.560 (242) -- 32.681 (261) -- 1:37.450 (254)

    Latifi (I): 31.518 (192) -- 34.492 (242) -- 33.459 (261) -- 1:39.698 (228)
    Aside from the trap speed, the speed figures at each sector point once again suggest Ferrari has amazing acceleration.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari4life View Post
    whats the penalty for it? how many engines are we allowed? did it go up since they increased the number of GP's?
    Nope... I think it's still just 3

    The idea is that later in the year Carlos will need another ICE or other parts since the second one was introduced at only Race-4

    Did the engine get damaged from his off in Australia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    Nope... I think it's still just 3

    The idea is that later in the year Carlos will need another ICE or other parts since the second one was introduced at only Race-4

    Did the engine get damaged from his off in Australia?
    i think thats what they are saying. they have some concerns with it

    if its just 3 i imagine they have to make engines last at least 7 races? 3 races later being replaced is not a good sign
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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    Nope... I think it's still just 3

    The idea is that later in the year Carlos will need another ICE or other parts since the second one was introduced at only Race-4

    Did the engine get damaged from his off in Australia?
    No, it seems to be just a verification. Normally no impact for the following, he would reuse the PU1 later

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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari4life View Post
    i think thats what they are saying. they have some concerns with it

    if its just 3 i imagine they have to make engines last at least 7 races? 3 races later being replaced is not a good sign
    Don't worry, the engine is believed to be usable after checking

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    3 engines for 23 races, so every engine is good for 7 races including practice.

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    Track is dry and it's cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
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    If your team is allowed to cheat while others are hammered as soon as they find the very smaller of advantages you don't have to be great. Average or slightly above in a superlative car will do. Don't forget Nico beat him.
    Love to read this. Truly

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