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

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    That's Montréal for you lol...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony View Post
    That's Montréal for you lol...
    This means tbey will parade behind SC on those useless Pirelli wet weather tires

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    Nothing wrong with rain shake up the event, hell it needs something to spice things up a little.Besides cooler temp will suit ferrari better.Now floor heights will be checked red bull does not like this i guess there fire works and sparks show is going to concluded.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paolo lalli View Post
    Nothing wrong with rain shake up the event, hell it needs something to spice things up a little.Besides cooler temp will suit ferrari better.Now floor heights will be checked red bull does not like this i guess there fire works and sparks show is going to concluded.
    I agree with you on rain to spice things up. But if it is going to rain like on those videos, there will be no racing. On the other hand cooler temperatures, rain, SC, could help CL with that 10 grip penalty

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    what about Carlos???? maybe he can get into the mix and take P2.....so a 2-3 for US
    I don’t have any hope on Carlos given his current struggles.

    We have unreliable championship winning car. Unless a miracle(RB DNF’s) i don’t see how ferrari can close the points gap & win the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    I agree with you on rain to spice things up. But if it is going to rain like on those videos, there will be no racing. On the other hand cooler temperatures, rain, SC, could help CL with that 10 grip penalty
    Would make sense to take the penalty here under these conditions. Ferrari nothing to loose.
    It could be a lottery.

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    [QUOTE=Gilles;1063791]I saw that, bad news for Ferrari
    Thanks to Lewis and....Carlos[/

    Even if it means leaving the races in an ambulance Lewis and Carlos just not complain!! They get paid to race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nani_s23 View Post
    Would make sense to take the penalty here under these conditions. Ferrari nothing to loose.
    It could be a lottery.
    Exactly

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    seeing the weather outlook, should Ferrari not choose to bring the 4th engine, new turbo heck, all MGU bits and anything else, underwear if needed, and take the heap of penalties in one go, there will be SC aplenty, and Charles can make his way easily under these conditions, probably not into the podium positions, but will give him better hope at another venue???
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    Considering that Ferrari right now is in need of time in order to apply a perm. fix, I think they need to bite the bullet and take the penalty.
    A new engine should be reliable enough given the weather conditions and a non-perm fix to give an advantage over the other cars and we should be able to hunt the RBRs.
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    is it a definate that he is taking a 4th turbo cuz im not seeing it. they say probably.and its a rumor at this time

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    10 place drop confirmed.. dammit
    So Charles is going to be 11-12th? is there any point watching now? I don't see Carlos challenging Max to the win.

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    If taking this penalty in Canada and the engine goes pop again, where will that leave us? Continuous penalties for the rest of the season will destroy most of us, and suggesting that Charles could steam through the pack from a mid-grid start in the wet is asking one hell of a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    no doubt....at the rate we're popping engines, turbo's, MGU-H's.....and whatever else, who knows....

    but maybe Sainz will win it if Charles will get penalized for using a 4th turbo
    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    what about Carlos???? maybe he can get into the mix and take P2.....so a 2-3 for US
    Carlos will be running with a throttled PU, so definitely not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redfive View Post
    10 place drop confirmed.. dammit
    So Charles is going to be 11-12th? is there any point watching now? I don't see Carlos challenging Max to the win.
    The car is very fast, starting from 11, if we start ok and nothing bad happens in the first round, we 'll cruise thru the competition.
    The engine should be fine, nothing like Baku and I think we should easily go for P2 to P4.

    This is the best race to get the 10 place deficit out of the way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aroutis View Post
    The car is very fast, starting from 11, if we start ok and nothing bad happens in the first round, we 'll cruise thru the competition.
    The engine should be fine, nothing like Baku and I think we should easily go for P2 to P4.

    This is the best race to get the 10 place deficit out of the way.
    Could not agree more. Hopefeully we will still have higher power modes available for defending/overtakes/qualifying, but we'll just have to lift and coast more when this engine gets too hot. Until we get an upgrade later. I want to keep these components until Belgium.

    Charles just needs to stay clean at the start, you can't win the race in 1 lap. And this track has a lot of walls, and Latifi loves walls, so a safety car would make everything to play for.

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    https://www.planetf1.com/news/ferrar...lerc-baku-win/

    Not sure how this is possible because Ferrari "does not bring updates".

    We now have a car with enough straight line speed to not get overtaken. If Red Bull can't beat us at Baku, where can they?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cavallino View Post
    https://www.planetf1.com/news/ferrar...lerc-baku-win/

    Not sure how this is possible because Ferrari "does not bring updates".

    We now have a car with enough straight line speed to not get overtaken. If Red Bull can't beat us at Baku, where can they?
    Simulation is one thing and real life is conpletely different

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    Whats the weather update in Montreal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    Simulation is one thing and real life is conpletely different
    way to miss the point,

    Charles was managing pace on the hard tyre, he was good to the end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stefa View Post
    Simulation is one thing and real life is conpletely different
    It would have been an easy win for Leclerc. He would have either stayed out till the end or came in during the Magnussen DNF virtual safety car and passed Verstappen with brand new tires.

    Either way it was game over for Verstappen because they slept on the first virtual safety car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cavallino View Post
    way to miss the point,

    Charles was managing pace on the hard tyre, he was good to the end.
    It is what should have been scenario, and I would like the scenario in which his engine did not blow and he won the race, but unfortunatelly it was not like that. We move on!

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    Any news about what engine are we using? Do we need a new one?


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    Quote Originally Posted by wisepie View Post
    If taking this penalty in Canada and the engine goes pop again, where will that leave us? Continuous penalties for the rest of the season will destroy most of us, and suggesting that Charles could steam through the pack from a mid-grid start in the wet is asking one hell of a lot.
    Oh Wisepie you are in a negative mood but I cannot blame you after the last 3 races.
    As for Charles coming up through midfield on a wet track a difficult ask. i agree with you there


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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    Oh Wisepie you are in a negative mood but I cannot blame you after the last 3 races.
    As for Charles coming up through midfield on a wet track a difficult ask. i agree with you there
    Not gonna rain on Sunday
    Gonna be sun and cloud and 21 celcius

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Not gonna rain on Sunday
    Gonna be sun and cloud and 21 celcius
    I hope you're right about the weather and that by some miracle Charles does make it through the first laps unscathed and mounts a challenge thereafter. There is hope then, and for your sake at the circuit, even more so!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Not gonna rain on Sunday
    Gonna be sun and cloud and 21 celcius
    That's good news.


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    Quote Originally Posted by racingbradley View Post
    That's good news.
    I know I sounded negative, you know me well enough to understand my worries and looking ahead may be full of them, but I'll try to be positive. We've been through the rough and the smooth with our team over the years and I haven't abandoned it yet and there's not enough lifespan left for this old crony to change his allegiance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wisepie View Post
    I hope you're right about the weather and that by some miracle Charles does make it through the first laps unscathed and mounts a challenge thereafter. There is hope then, and for your sake at the circuit, even more so!
    those first few laps and a wet qualy are my biggest fears this weekend, ironically it isn't the reliability

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cavallino View Post
    those first few laps and a wet qualy are my biggest fears this weekend, ironically it isn't the reliability
    The whole weekend fills me with fear. But we need to remain optimistic or there would be no need for Ferrari to turn a wheel


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