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

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Very good long run pace.
    Copmpare to others?
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    Porposing seems to come in at higher speed and with less severity. Anybody got the published upgrades list?

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    Charles reports a weird behaviour of the engine in Turn 13/14.
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    LEC (M):
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    RUS(M):
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    PER(M):
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    HAM(M):
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    Quote Originally Posted by SFTifoso View Post
    Porposing seems to come in at higher speed and with less severity. Anybody got the published upgrades list?
    It was posted in the first couple of pages of this thread. Looks like Ferrari only brought a new rear wing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    Sky is tying themselves in knots excusing George wiping the floor with the Affirmative Action Champion.
    The simplest answer is that it was the car all along plus preferential treatment. Now he’s finally going up against someone in an equal car.

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    FP3 will be busy for both Max & Carlos.

    I feel Carlos feeling the pressure because of fastest car. He’s pushing very hard

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    It was posted in the first couple of pages of this thread. Looks like Ferrari only brought a new rear wing.
    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    It was posted in the first couple of pages of this thread. Looks like Ferrari only brought a new rear wing.
    Didnt see it on the car
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    Yes, they certainly should have gone after Bottas. This is what, three cars he has totaled already? He is killing the team. At this point, I'd bring up the reserve driver, he can't possibly be ANY worse. Jesus! What a clown he's turned out to be. And to think they let Vettel go for this asswipe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFTifoso View Post
    The simplest answer is that it was the car all along plus preferential treatment. Now he’s finally going up against someone in an equal car.
    Yup yup

    Like I said, affirmative action champion.

    But they will never admit it that’s why it’s so amusing to watch them squirt to come up with excuses.
    I am part of that power which eternally wills evil and eternally works good

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    FP2:

    Russell (S): 29.825 -- 34.634 -- 25.479 -- 1:29.938 -- 324

    LECLERC (S): 29.848 -- 34.498 -- 25.521 -- 1:30.044 -- 326

    Perez (S): 30.064 -- 34.538 -- 25.421 -- 1:30.150 -- 336

    Hamilton (S): 29.963 -- 34.663 -- 25.265 -- 1:30.179 -- 325

    Alonso (S): 30.089 -- 34.647 -- 25.636 -- 1:30.372 -- 329

    Norris (S): 30.026 -- 35.000 -- 25.509 -- 1:30.535 -- 323

    Gasly (S): 30.325 -- 34.630 -- 25.515 -- 1:30.547 -- 329

    Zhou (S): 30.427 -- 34.740 -- 25.693 -- 1:30.860 -- 328

    Ocon (S): 30.329 -- 34.789 -- 25.483 -- 1:30.861 -- 332

    Magnussen (S): 29.989 -- 35.230 -- 25.458 -- 1:30.921 -- 330

    SAINZ (M): 30.175 -- 35.074 -- 25.557 -- 1:30.964 -- 327

    Ricciardo (S): 30.477 -- 35.016 -- 25.715 -- 1:31.208 -- 321

    Tsunoda (S): 30.223 -- 35.116 -- 25.632 -- 1:31.260 -- 327

    Vettel (S): 30.717 -- 35.124 -- 25.552 -- 1:31.393 -- 326

    Schumacher (S): 30.393 -- 35.442 -- 25.752 -- 1:31.587 -- 328

    Stoll (S): 30.677 -- 35.308 -- 25.646 -- 1:31.631 -- 328

    Albon (S): 30.564 -- 35.267 -- 25.541 -- 1:31.710 -- 330

    Latifi (S): 31.243 -- 35.928 -- 25.668 -- 1:32.913 -- 323

    Verstappen:

    Bottas:

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    During the long runs Ferrari/Charles wasn't losing any time in the final sector. But none had any answers to our pace in the first 2 sectors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    FP2:

    Russell (S): 29.825 -- 34.634 -- 25.479 -- 1:29.938 -- 324

    LECLERC (S): 29.848 -- 34.498 -- 25.521 -- 1:30.044 -- 326

    Perez (S): 30.064 -- 34.538 -- 25.421 -- 1:30.150 -- 336

    Hamilton (S): 29.963 -- 34.663 -- 25.265 -- 1:30.179 -- 325

    Alonso (S): 30.089 -- 34.647 -- 25.636 -- 1:30.372 -- 329

    Norris (S): 30.026 -- 35.000 -- 25.509 -- 1:30.535 -- 323

    Gasly (S): 30.325 -- 34.630 -- 25.515 -- 1:30.547 -- 329

    Zhou (S): 30.427 -- 34.740 -- 25.693 -- 1:30.860 -- 328

    Ocon (S): 30.329 -- 34.789 -- 25.483 -- 1:30.861 -- 332

    Magnussen (S): 29.989 -- 35.230 -- 25.458 -- 1:30.921 -- 330

    SAINZ (M): 30.175 -- 35.074 -- 25.557 -- 1:30.964 -- 327

    Ricciardo (S): 30.477 -- 35.016 -- 25.715 -- 1:31.208 -- 321

    Tsunoda (S): 30.223 -- 35.116 -- 25.632 -- 1:31.260 -- 327

    Vettel (S): 30.717 -- 35.124 -- 25.552 -- 1:31.393 -- 326

    Schumacher (S): 30.393 -- 35.442 -- 25.752 -- 1:31.587 -- 328

    Stoll (S): 30.677 -- 35.308 -- 25.646 -- 1:31.631 -- 328

    Albon (S): 30.564 -- 35.267 -- 25.541 -- 1:31.710 -- 330

    Latifi (S): 31.243 -- 35.928 -- 25.668 -- 1:32.913 -- 323

    Verstappen:

    Bottas:


    Ham had good tow from leclerc on his Soft tyre FL in final Sector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WS6TransAm01 View Post
    Yup yup

    Like I said, affirmative action champion.

    But they will never admit it that’s why it’s so amusing to watch them squirt to come up with excuses.
    Can’t wait to watch the replay

    Search “Bill Burr F1” on YouTube it’s hilarious and 100% true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFTifoso View Post
    Can’t wait to watch the replay

    Search “Bill Burr F1” on YouTube it’s hilarious and 100% true.
    Just found it. I was hoping Bill Burr would be more Bill Burr but he was a bit too tame.

    I was hoping for this C63EE5FD-591E-4A48-ACD7-6A8F5B30DED0.jpeg
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    Carlos really has to get his head into gear he is letting ferrari down big time, the pressure is obviously to much for him unless Carlos finds a way to real in his errors iam afraid his stay at ferrari will be short lived.With mercedes on the rise and back in the game ferrari need him more than ever to play his part otherwise the championship will slip away very quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    FP2:

    Russell (S): 29.825 -- 34.634 -- 25.479 -- 1:29.938 -- 324

    LECLERC (S): 29.848 -- 34.498 -- 25.521 -- 1:30.044 -- 326

    Perez (S): 30.064 -- 34.538 -- 25.421 -- 1:30.150 -- 336

    Hamilton (S): 29.963 -- 34.663 -- 25.265 -- 1:30.179 -- 325

    Alonso (S): 30.089 -- 34.647 -- 25.636 -- 1:30.372 -- 329

    Norris (S): 30.026 -- 35.000 -- 25.509 -- 1:30.535 -- 323

    Gasly (S): 30.325 -- 34.630 -- 25.515 -- 1:30.547 -- 329

    Zhou (S): 30.427 -- 34.740 -- 25.693 -- 1:30.860 -- 328

    Ocon (S): 30.329 -- 34.789 -- 25.483 -- 1:30.861 -- 332

    Magnussen (S): 29.989 -- 35.230 -- 25.458 -- 1:30.921 -- 330

    SAINZ (M): 30.175 -- 35.074 -- 25.557 -- 1:30.964 -- 327

    Ricciardo (S): 30.477 -- 35.016 -- 25.715 -- 1:31.208 -- 321

    Tsunoda (S): 30.223 -- 35.116 -- 25.632 -- 1:31.260 -- 327

    Vettel (S): 30.717 -- 35.124 -- 25.552 -- 1:31.393 -- 326

    Schumacher (S): 30.393 -- 35.442 -- 25.752 -- 1:31.587 -- 328

    Stoll (S): 30.677 -- 35.308 -- 25.646 -- 1:31.631 -- 328

    Albon (S): 30.564 -- 35.267 -- 25.541 -- 1:31.710 -- 330

    Latifi (S): 31.243 -- 35.928 -- 25.668 -- 1:32.913 -- 323

    Verstappen:

    Bottas:
    Why aren't we dominating the last sector? I thought this sector was tailor made for our car...btw don't like seeing the Mercs dominating traction sector.

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    Any one who thought that mercedes would be down and out all season will be sadly mistaken, the only way is up and it appears to have started, as an organisation just way way to big to just simply fail.As i say expect the unexpected.In a way the salary cap is the only thing that holds all teams back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo lalli View Post
    Any one who thought that mercedes would be down and out all season will be sadly mistaken, the only way is up and it appears to have started, as an organisation just way way to big to just simply fail.As i say expect the unexpected.In a way the salary cap is the only thing that holds all teams back.

    Tbh even the drivers could not understand why they are this fast. That said the team need to taker advantage of every opportunity before Merc get in 6 th gear

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    I can see a merc pole coming ya know

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    All teams have welcomed Ferrari back to the top. And I say welcome back to the races, Mercedes. And with the niceties done, I hope we whoop you good. It's a race to Abu Dhabi, now. See you there, beaches.

    And come on, Carlos. We need those team points brah. Points points points points points.

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    I wasn't expecting Mercedes to bounce back that fast, honestly...

    Regarding CS... I don't have words....

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    I wasn't expecting Mercedes to bounce back that fast, honestly...

    Regarding CS... I don't have words....
    Quite strange

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    That top speed of Honda is worrying, 10km/hr up on Ferrari.

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    I'm beginning to give up on our chances of winning WCC this year, you can't win the constructor's with just one car.
    Too bad Sainz is turning out to be the Spanish Grosjean
    I just hope Charles gets that WDC at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrarichamp View Post
    I'm beginning to give up on our chances of winning WCC this year, you can't win the constructor's with just one car.
    Too bad Sainz is turning out to be the Spanish Grosjean
    I just hope Charles gets that WDC at least.
    Especially if Mercedes, and they will, join the party. We need both drivers scoring points

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    100% correct both drivers scoring points, because ladies and gentlemen its game on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrarichamp View Post
    I'm beginning to give up on our chances of winning WCC this year, you can't win the constructor's with just one car.
    Too bad Sainz is turning out to be the Spanish Grosjean
    I just hope Charles gets that WDC at least.
    I don't care about constructors. It's in a twisted way even better if we don't win it as it would mean more time in the wind tunnel... All I care is the WDC and we should do everything for it. Meaning even setting a clear number 1 and 2 driver like in the Schumi years.

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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyss4k View Post
    I don't care about constructors. It's in a twisted way even better if we don't win it as it would mean more time in the wind tunnel... All I care is the WDC and we should do everything for it. Meaning even setting a clear number 1 and 2 driver like in the Schumi years.
    I beg to differ. I am Ferrari supporter in the first place, and to me CWC is very important indeed. Of course WDC for Ferrari driver also!

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