Skip to comments.Analysis: Why the evidence still puts Ferrari comfortably ahead of Mercedes.
Posted on 03/03/2019 1:04:47 PM PST by carriage_hill
MONTMELO, Spain -- After 64 hours of track time spread over eight days at the Circuit de Catalunya, Ferrari and Mercedes were split by just 0.003 seconds on the final day of preseason testing. That is a remarkably small margin when you consider there has been a significant regulation change and a full winter of development since the two rivals last met on track, but look beyond the headline-grabbing times and the evidence suggests it is last year's runner up Ferrari that has moved ahead.
Lewis fears Ferrari's advantage over Mercedes is 0.5s a lap With just two weeks remaining before the first race of the 2019 F1 season, Lewis Hamilton believes his Mercedes is 0.5s per lap slower than the pace-setting Ferrari.
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For your list.
(I can’t remember where it is...)
I found the list.
What comes around goes around. I thought the change in tires would be a little more visible.
A Kraut racing for Italy, and a Limey racing for the Krauts. What’s not to like. At least Force India is gone in those hideous pink cars.
OK... Just means I’ll just have to buy one of each...
Wait a minute... Just checked my Social Security monthly check and realized that buying two would use up most of my check...
I’ll stick with my Jeep.
It’s a mixed-up, crazy world, isn’t it?
Good riddance, Force India backmarkers.
looks like a good year a commin
To assuage my racing addiction, I’ve been watch NASCAR for the past few weeks, and IndyCar comes-up nest week, and F-1 the weekend after that.
Here’s the 2019 Schedule:
I am sooooooooooooo looking forward to it.
good to see ya, where ya been??? hope all’s well
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Seems like 0.5s per lap is well withing operator differences range.
It is; even a sec is within driver range diff.
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