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Thread: 2022 Miami Grand Prix Thread - Buildup, Practice & Qualifying

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    Quote Originally Posted by nani_s23 View Post
    Most pole positions for Scuderia Ferrari:

    Michael Schumacher, 58
    Niki Lauda, 23
    Felipe Massa, 15
    Alberto Ascari, 13
    Sebastian Vettel, 12

    And now Charles Leclerc, 12 ������
    He's done amazing to get to that number with the cars he's had. Par would be about 6-7.

    The saddest part, however, is that Fernando only scored four in spite of obliterating Felipe and Kimi for pace and being the best driver on the grid. We really let him down those five years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifoso Svedese View Post
    He's done amazing to get to that number with the cars he's had. Par would be about 6-7.

    The saddest part, however, is that Fernando only scored four in spite of obliterating Felipe and Kimi for pace and being the best driver on the grid. We really let him down those five years.
    Yeah, Fernando has been and still is and outstanding driver...he can drive pretty much any car, good or bad and put it in places it should not have the right to be in....I remember the F2012....he grabbed that doggish of a car (cause let’s be honest here, that car was a sub car performance all season long) by the scruff of its neck and put it in places it did not deserve....

    That’s why I admire Fernando, only if Ferrari had given him a car that was just a tad faster he may have clinched a WDC....as he and Ferrari came pretty close in 2010 and 2012

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    CS is starting from the very low grip and dirty side so not much he can do if Max has a decent start.
    Hero's come and go, but legends never die!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Yeah, Fernando has been and still is and outstanding driver...he can drive pretty much any car, good or bad and put it in places it should not have the right to be in....I remember the F2012....he grabbed that doggish of a car (cause let’s be honest here, that car was a sub car performance all season long) by the scruff of its neck and put it in places it did not deserve....

    That’s why I admire Fernando, only if Ferrari had given him a car that was just a tad faster he may have clinched a WDC....as he and Ferrari came pretty close in 2010 and 2012
    Yeah, Fernando was the only driver we've had since Michael with whom I wasn't nervous during the races that he will throw it away somehow (even if it happened few times). He was just so... consistently brilliant.

    "If he can't do it with Ferrari, well, he can't do it." - John Surtees

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverSpeed View Post
    CS is starting from the very low grip and dirty side so not much he can do if Max has a decent start.
    Carlos is young enough to drive like Max did when he was coming up in F-1. Move over or else!!! Look where it got Max!

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    I'm not sure why some think red bull will have worse tyre degradation than us in the race especially after the last time out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 458 Italia View Post
    I'm not sure why some think red bull will have worse tyre degradation than us in the race especially after the last time out.
    Probably as it's much hotter.
    Forza Ferrari

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    @f1dataanalysis: Qualy analysis thread
    -RB has very low drag!gains at the end of the straight, but has to brake earlier
    -Fer and Merc have similar drag, but Fer has more power (gains in the first straight half)
    -Fer highest dowforce (highest speed in the fast chicane)

    RB domintaes the straights Very low drag car concept and setup
    -Ferrari gains time in the braking zones and in the corners, especially the fast ones
    -Mercedes has good low-speed cornering performance, but has higher drag and still not the Ferrari downforce

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    @FansticsFerrari: Ferrari's new PU is strong and has allowed the F1-75 to be run with more downforce than others in Miami, which should benefit Ferrari in the race.

    Tyre management will be crucial in the race as the track has lost grip due to rain overnight.

    The Ferrari F1-75 is very strong in the high speed corners and in the fast sections of Sector 1, Charles and Carlos do not have to lift as much as the Red Bull drivers.

    Ferrari also gains 2 tenths on Red Bull at Turn 17, under braking and traction.

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    Imo we will see safety car in many occasions.

    Which means even if we can stay in the front , we need to make a gap everytime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SilverSpeed View Post
    CS is starting from the very low grip and dirty side so not much he can do if Max has a decent start.
    It rained heavily last night not much advantage there. So no excuses

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingCharles View Post
    It rained heavily last night not much advantage there. So no excuses
    Go away already.
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