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Driver(s) of the day was / were:-
1. Lewis Hamilton 30%  30%  [ 46 ]
2. Valtteri Bottas 5%  5%  [ 8 ]
3. Sebastian Vettel 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
4. Kimi Raikkonen 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
5. Daniel Ricciardo 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
6. Max Verstappen 9%  9%  [ 14 ]
7. Sergio Perez 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
8. Esteban Ocon 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
9. Sergey Sirotkin 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
10. Lance Stroll 1%  1%  [ 2 ]
11. Fernando Alonso 12%  12%  [ 19 ]
12. Stoffel Vandoorne 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
13. Pierre Gasly 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
14. Brandon Hartley 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
15. Romain Grosjean 3%  3%  [ 5 ]
16. Kevin Magnussen 10%  10%  [ 16 ]
17. Nico Hulkenberg 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
18. Carlos Sainz 2%  2%  [ 3 ]
19. Marcus Ericsson 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
20. Charles Leclerc 24%  24%  [ 37 ]
Total votes : 155
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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 2:49 pm 
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Hamilton, Verstappen & Leclerc

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Went with the top 3. Could have gone Leclerc but he did get caught sleeping by Alonso and lost a hard earned place.
On another note, WTH was Ricciardo doing today.
He dropped way back then started sticking in new track records?


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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2018 3:03 pm 
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Ham, kmag, lec

Hamilton drive a great race overall
Kmag is carrying haas and showing what it is capable of
Leclerc showing good talent in a lesser car

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Sometimes Ricc's race-pace is very ordinary but I guess Max also has something to do with that gap. Apparently Ricc had a spin after a restart which cost him 12 seconds.

Hamilton was also much faster than his teammate. Alonso was still probably better than Leclerc. Leclerc was on for a great drive but lost some tenacity toward the end and Alonso made an opportunistic pass.

I'll take Hamilton, Alonso and Leclerc anyway. Honourable mentions for Verstappen, Vettel and Magnussen.


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I'm finding it a bit difficult to choose today. Trying to think of any spectacular drives but can't think of anything special off the top of my head. Will have to come back to it


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Hamilton, K Mag and Hartley.

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Laz_T800 wrote:
Went with the top 3. Could have gone Leclerc but he did get caught sleeping by Alonso and lost a hard earned place.
On another note, WTH was Ricciardo doing today.
He dropped way back then started sticking in new track records?

He spun at T10 on lap forty-something. Lost a significant chunk of time. Didn't show on the live feed but just showed it on Dutch TV


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Hamilton, Leclerc and Magnussen.

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Laz_T800 wrote:
Went with the top 3. Could have gone Leclerc but he did get caught sleeping by Alonso and lost a hard earned place.
On another note, WTH was Ricciardo doing today.
He dropped way back then started sticking in new track records?


Ricciardo was doing what Raikkonen does. Because Ferrari seem to like the cwap that Raikkonen does, and he wants to be hired by them...


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Ham, KMag, and Leclerc.

The gap Alonso was able to open up after getting past shows how well Leclerc was driving prior. While track position is always key keeping one of the best behind for that long in your 5th race is a dang good showing.

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Lewis,Max and Alonso.

Lewis for a flawless dominant display. Max for the podium and dealing with the admittedly self inflicted damage. Alonso for recovering to his starting position and actually making overtakes. Sly old fox at the VSC restart.

Not much else happened and I don't think there was that many bad performances all around.

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Leclerc, Bottas, Grosjean

Leclerc - Did well to get into points
Bottas - If he had passed Vettel during the pitstops I think he would be much closer to Lewis despite Lewis's fresher tyres
Grosjean - Wrong kind of action but at least some action in the borefest


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Hamilton, Bottas, KMag.

Hamilton for winning convincingly.
Bottas for keeping a charging Max Verstappen behind him while being on much older tires.
KMag for being the winner of the "best of the rest" competition.


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Magnussen, Hamilton, Leclerc, also Alonso

not exactly the most exciting race ....


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Hamilton gets driver of the day, while Vettel doesn't get mentioned by anyone. Shows how fickle the majority of F1 fans are.


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davidheath461 wrote:
Hamilton gets driver of the day, while Vettel doesn't get mentioned by anyone. Shows how fickle the majority of F1 fans are.


.... People are voting on who was best on that particular day. Of course its fickle.


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davidheath461 wrote:
Hamilton gets driver of the day, while Vettel doesn't get mentioned by anyone. Shows how fickle the majority of F1 fans are.

Not commenting on whether Seb deserves it or not, but think you should give your reasons he does if you make a comment like that...


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Vettel was not in for driver of the day, he had to two stop. Kimi had already gone 7 laps longer than him before retiring and was going to make a 1 stop work and likely finish ahead of him.


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We're talking about driver of the day, not strategist of the day.


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I think to be driver of the day, you at least need to out perform your team mate. Vettel ate through the tyres in Spain.
Other than his start, his drive was average and his worst of the season so far.


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The tyres would have lasted and it was impossible to overtake anyway.

Just a strange decision to stop a 2nd time.


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Johnson wrote:
Vettel was not in for driver of the day, he had to two stop. Kimi had already gone 7 laps longer than him before retiring and was going to make a 1 stop work and likely finish ahead of him.

All hypothetical. What makes you think that Ferrari wouldn't have also stopped Kimi?

There was nothing particularly wrong with Vettel's race. Ferrari was just slow this weekend.


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Kimi would have had significantly fresher tyres, the only reason they pitted Vettel was that they knew he could not make it to the end.

Kimi set his PB on lap 23 the lap before his engine issue. He was clearly going to 1 stop, he had already gone 7 laps longer than Vettel and it was obvious track position was king.

There wasn’t anything particularly wrong with Vettels race but his tyre wear cost him P2. 1 stop was definitely the way to go this race.

In fact without Vettels VSC 2nd pit stop, Kimi would have comfortably beat him as well as probably both Red Bulls. He didn’t have a disaster, but its clear why he has no votes for DOTD.


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I agree he deserves no DOTD votes, I just don’t think he was that bad.


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We're talking about driver of the day, not strategist of the day.

The strategy being that Vettel couldn't make his tyres last for a 1 stop race.

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The tyres would have lasted and it was impossible to overtake anyway.

Just a strange decision to stop a 2nd time.

Not according to Vettel himself.

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I agree he deserves no DOTD votes, I just don’t think he was that bad.

I don't think anyone is saying that he drove bad just one poster who seems to think that Vettel performed as well as Hamilton.

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The tyres would have lasted and it was impossible to overtake anyway.

Just a strange decision to stop a 2nd time.

Not according to Vettel himself.

I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

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davidheath461 wrote:
The tyres would have lasted and it was impossible to overtake anyway.

Just a strange decision to stop a 2nd time.


Its not strange at all, they stopped because Vettel said the tyres would not make it. Given how early there first stop was, it appears the plan all along was to two stop. His first stop was even a little early for a 2 stopper given that 6 laps were spent behind the SC.


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Its not strange at all, they stopped because Vettel said the tyres would not make it. Given how early there first stop was, it appears the plan all along was to two stop. His first stop was even a little early for a 2 stopper given that 6 laps were spent behind the SC.

The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

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Exediron wrote:
pokerman wrote:
davidheath461 wrote:
The tyres would have lasted and it was impossible to overtake anyway.

Just a strange decision to stop a 2nd time.

Not according to Vettel himself.

I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

That would surprise me I thought that was one of his strengths?

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Exediron wrote:
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Its not strange at all, they stopped because Vettel said the tyres would not make it. Given how early there first stop was, it appears the plan all along was to two stop. His first stop was even a little early for a 2 stopper given that 6 laps were spent behind the SC.

The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

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pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

That would surprise me I thought that was one of his strengths?

I certainly don't think so. I can recall several times he decided to stay out past Pirelli's recommendations and it blew up in his face, and a time or two that he countermanded his team's strategy and it didn't work out either. I don't consider Vettel a particularly good strategist, although he likes to be one more than most drivers.

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The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

He couldn't make the mediums last for a one stop, true. But with less than 20 laps to go and with a lighter car, I'd have thought the soft was a better choice for a sprint to the flag.

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pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
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Its not strange at all, they stopped because Vettel said the tyres would not make it. Given how early there first stop was, it appears the plan all along was to two stop. His first stop was even a little early for a 2 stopper given that 6 laps were spent behind the SC.

The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

It should be remembered Vettel didn't have any Softs left, so he was pretty much forced into using Mediums twice


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Exediron wrote:
pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

That would surprise me I thought that was one of his strengths?

I certainly don't think so. I can recall several times he decided to stay out past Pirelli's recommendations and it blew up in his face, and a time or two that he countermanded his team's strategy and it didn't work out either. I don't consider Vettel a particularly good strategist, although he likes to be one more than most drivers.

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Exediron wrote:
The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

He couldn't make the mediums last for a one stop, true. But with less than 20 laps to go and with a lighter car, I'd have thought the soft was a better choice for a sprint to the flag.

That's surely a case of him taking a gamble rather than poor judgement also in this respect we would be talking about him pitting early judging that his tyres were more worn than what they really were.

Apparently even his second set of mediums were beginning to lose performance so the softs might have been seen as too much of a gamble?

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pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

That would surprise me I thought that was one of his strengths?

I certainly don't think so. I can recall several times he decided to stay out past Pirelli's recommendations and it blew up in his face, and a time or two that he countermanded his team's strategy and it didn't work out either. I don't consider Vettel a particularly good strategist, although he likes to be one more than most drivers.

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Exediron wrote:
The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

He couldn't make the mediums last for a one stop, true. But with less than 20 laps to go and with a lighter car, I'd have thought the soft was a better choice for a sprint to the flag.

That's surely a case of him taking a gamble rather than poor judgement also in this respect we would be talking about him pitting early judging that his tyres were more worn than what they really were.

Apparently even his second set of mediums were beginning to lose performance so the softs might have been seen as too much of a gamble?

Again, he didn't have a set...


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Zoue wrote:
pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
I think we've seen some evidence before that Vettel really shouldn't be trusted to make calls on tyre life...

That would surprise me I thought that was one of his strengths?

I certainly don't think so. I can recall several times he decided to stay out past Pirelli's recommendations and it blew up in his face, and a time or two that he countermanded his team's strategy and it didn't work out either. I don't consider Vettel a particularly good strategist, although he likes to be one more than most drivers.

pokerman wrote:
Exediron wrote:
The strange part is that the plan was a two-stop using mediums twice. Why did anyone think that was a good strategy?

A good strategy for Vettel because of his tyre wear, he couldn't even make the mediums last so why would you think it wiser for him to be on softer tyres, that seems to be what you are implying?

He couldn't make the mediums last for a one stop, true. But with less than 20 laps to go and with a lighter car, I'd have thought the soft was a better choice for a sprint to the flag.

That's surely a case of him taking a gamble rather than poor judgement also in this respect we would be talking about him pitting early judging that his tyres were more worn than what they really were.

Apparently even his second set of mediums were beginning to lose performance so the softs might have been seen as too much of a gamble?

Again, he didn't have a set...

I do know that now, the overhaul upshot is though that it wasn't bad strategy by Ferrari to pit Vettel under the VSC, without the poor pit stop he would have finished 3rd as it was he was heading for 5th place under normal pitstop conditions.

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