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

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    Track is slower than yesterday. Track temp is more than 10C higher today.

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    Redfools look planted through the slow sections.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alonsomaniac View Post
    WDC is very nice, but it is Ferrari who needs to be champion. WCC is what it's all about.
    Quote.

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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....
    Wonder if they have any development budget left, though..

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    Merc bouncing all over the place again
    Forza Ferrari

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyss4k View Post
    I don't wanna question your opinion, but you mean that year 2008 ment more for you than if let's say Leclerc won WDC this year but the team fell short on Redbull?
    If that happens, it means that our #2 will have hugely underperformed.

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    RB will kill us here, 0.6s off pace

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    Lucky Max
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    Why couldn't max have totalled his car

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    RB will kill us here, 0.6s off pace
    Ok
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    Ok
    To be honest I would love to be wrong :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    RB will kill us here, 0.6s off pace
    See you after qualifying. I thought you have learned your lessons after Bahrain but certainly I'm wrong.

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    Charles had 11 laps old softs, took it very easy on the throttle in S3 but still outpaced Verstappen in this session. I also feel that in these temperatures we'll work the rears a lot better than them. The main goal on a circuit like this is to not bin it in S3 after all.

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    I think we are sacrificing alot of straight-line speed and looking more towards the race.

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    Sainz needs to step up...

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    Perez 332 with DRS open in the final sector, Charles 319. But other Ferrari powered cars are doing 326-328.

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    Looks like a driver's track....one who makes the least amount of mistakes will take pole here. But I must say RB looks very quick thru both fast and slow sectors. We may have taken too much of a hit in slow sector just to keep up with the RBs in fast sector

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aziz View Post
    To be honest I would love to be wrong :D
    Well, you're wrong.
    It's not how start but how you finish.

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    S3 is killing us .
    It looks like with clean laps , both RedBull could Qualy ahead of us. Unless we where down on power , but dont think so. As always hope for the best and hope that Belcelona upgrade to put us clearly ahead. Its good to battle ,but after all those years i just want some easy races to relax !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Perez 332 with DRS open in the final sector, Charles 319. But other Ferrari powered cars are doing 326-328.
    Whoa...so slow !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gump1480 View Post
    Looks like a driver's track....one who makes the least amount of mistakes will take pole here. But I must say RB looks very quick thru both fast and slow sectors. We may have taken too much of a hit in slow sector just to keep up with the RBs in fast sector
    The thing is that we appear faster than them in S1 and in the twisty part of S2, which is where degradation for sliding cars will be a huge problem tomorrow. I believe Charles has the front row covered later on, not sure about pole but we're thereabouts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gump1480 View Post
    Looks like a driver's track....one who makes the least amount of mistakes will take pole here. But I must say RB looks very quick thru both fast and slow sectors. We may have taken too much of a hit in slow sector just to keep up with the RBs in fast sector
    Itís all about protecting your tyres during race. I assume ferrari are concentrating on this aspect without loosing much of track position. Letís wait for quali.

    I feel RB has slight edge over Charles. With Sainz .8ths of seems like engine is on the lower side.

    Letís see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tifoso Svedese View Post
    Charles had 11 laps old softs, took it very easy on the throttle in S3 but still outpaced Verstappen in this session. I also feel that in these temperatures we'll work the rears a lot better than them. The main goal on a circuit like this is to not bin it in S3 after all.
    was he on the previous set on his last run , or he put new ones??
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    I will not say anything.I ll wait for qualy.
    Only one comment...Carlos is nowhere and i expected more from the car. Until now the car is the same presentation car and Red Bull looks again faster...but lets wait for qualy.Maybe we have something more.

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    FP3:

    Perez (S): 30.110 -- 34.481 -- 25.689 -- 1:30.304

    LECLERC (S): 29.875 -- 34.548 -- 25.914 -- 1:30.498

    Verstappen (S): 30.030 -- 34.488 -- 25.960 -- 1:30.649

    Alonso (S): 30.321 -- 34.786 -- 25.929 -- 1:31.036

    Vettel (S): 30.536 -- 34.559 -- 25.954 -- 1:31.049

    Schumacher (S): 30.339 -- 34.845 -- 25.866 -- 1:31.050

    SAINZ (S): 30.256 -- 34.851 -- 26.019 -- 1:31.172

    Magnussen (S): 30.481 -- 34.805 -- 25.791 -- 1:31.227

    Albon (S): 30.714 -- 34.720 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.501

    Norris (S): 30.298 -- 34.895 -- 26.319 -- 1:31.594

    Tsunoda (S): 30.577 -- 34.791 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.659

    Stroll (S): 30.608 -- 34.814 -- 26.147 -- 1:31.665

    Ricciardo (S): 30.524 -- 34.894 -- 26.310 -- 1:31.728

    Bottas (S): 30.408 -- 34.978 -- 26.076 -- 1:31.885

    Hamilton (S): 30.302 -- 35.060 -- 26.183 -- 1:31.890

    Gasly (S): 30.722 -- 34.959 -- 26.220 -- 1:31.901

    Russell (S): 30.406 -- 35.003 -- 26.214 -- 1:31.924

    Zhou (S): 30.632 -- 35.007 -- 26.240 -- 1:32.051

    Latifi (S): 31.010 -- 35.224 -- 26.074 -- 1:32.376

    Ocon:

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    Quote Originally Posted by gump1480 View Post
    Whoa...so slow !!
    Engine mode.

    Perez 25.689 in the final sector, Magnussen 25.791.

    There's no way the F1-75 is nearly 2 tenths slower than the Haas in that sector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    FP3:

    Perez (S): 30.110 -- 34.481 -- 25.689 -- 1:30.304

    LECLERC (S): 29.875 -- 34.548 -- 25.914 -- 1:30.498

    Verstappen (S): 30.030 -- 34.488 -- 25.960 -- 1:30.649

    Alonso (S): 30.321 -- 34.786 -- 25.929 -- 1:31.036

    Vettel (S): 30.536 -- 34.559 -- 25.954 -- 1:31.049

    Schumacher (S): 30.339 -- 34.845 -- 25.866 -- 1:31.050

    SAINZ (S): 30.256 -- 34.851 -- 26.019 -- 1:31.172

    Magnussen (S): 30.481 -- 34.805 -- 25.791 -- 1:31.227

    Albon (S): 30.714 -- 34.720 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.501

    Norris (S): 30.298 -- 34.895 -- 26.319 -- 1:31.594

    Tsunoda (S): 30.577 -- 34.791 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.659

    Stroll (S): 30.608 -- 34.814 -- 26.147 -- 1:31.665

    Ricciardo (S): 30.524 -- 34.894 -- 26.310 -- 1:31.728

    Bottas (S): 30.408 -- 34.978 -- 26.076 -- 1:31.885

    Hamilton (S): 30.302 -- 35.060 -- 26.183 -- 1:31.890

    Gasly (S): 30.722 -- 34.959 -- 26.220 -- 1:31.901

    Russell (S): 30.406 -- 35.003 -- 26.214 -- 1:31.924

    Zhou (S): 30.632 -- 35.007 -- 26.240 -- 1:32.051

    Latifi (S): 31.010 -- 35.224 -- 26.074 -- 1:32.376

    Ocon:
    MSC & K-Mag last sector times are very good. Which there is still potential for Ferrari to improve in Final sector.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    FP3:

    Perez (S): 30.110 -- 34.481 -- 25.689 -- 1:30.304

    LECLERC (S): 29.875 -- 34.548 -- 25.914 -- 1:30.498

    Verstappen (S): 30.030 -- 34.488 -- 25.960 -- 1:30.649

    Alonso (S): 30.321 -- 34.786 -- 25.929 -- 1:31.036

    Vettel (S): 30.536 -- 34.559 -- 25.954 -- 1:31.049

    Schumacher (S): 30.339 -- 34.845 -- 25.866 -- 1:31.050

    SAINZ (S): 30.256 -- 34.851 -- 26.019 -- 1:31.172

    Magnussen (S): 30.481 -- 34.805 -- 25.791 -- 1:31.227

    Albon (S): 30.714 -- 34.720 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.501

    Norris (S): 30.298 -- 34.895 -- 26.319 -- 1:31.594

    Tsunoda (S): 30.577 -- 34.791 -- 25.847 -- 1:31.659

    Stroll (S): 30.608 -- 34.814 -- 26.147 -- 1:31.665

    Ricciardo (S): 30.524 -- 34.894 -- 26.310 -- 1:31.728

    Bottas (S): 30.408 -- 34.978 -- 26.076 -- 1:31.885

    Hamilton (S): 30.302 -- 35.060 -- 26.183 -- 1:31.890

    Gasly (S): 30.722 -- 34.959 -- 26.220 -- 1:31.901

    Russell (S): 30.406 -- 35.003 -- 26.214 -- 1:31.924

    Zhou (S): 30.632 -- 35.007 -- 26.240 -- 1:32.051

    Latifi (S): 31.010 -- 35.224 -- 26.074 -- 1:32.376

    Ocon:
    these are the best sectors?? because it doesnt add up. With these sectors ,Lec adds 1:30:337!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greig View Post
    About time you woke to the truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingCharles View Post
    About time you woke to the truth
    And you can go back to sleap!!!!
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