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August 25, 2015 4:51 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: One-stop strategy was always Plan A

kiwibob: I still want to know what the should last 40 laps is based on as for testing they use an old car which does not have the handling of these cars at all and so i wonder why they say 40 laps and yet also suggest 2 or 3 stops might be better to just follow there suggested pit stops for safety
Just my oppinion, I cant remember who he said it to, but it seemed a bit of one of those throw away comments, plus '40 laps' of any other circuit is probaly about two third of the race distance


August 24, 2015 7:25 PM

F1 » Arrivabene: One-stop strategy was always Plan A

Im sure that on most of the occasions teams switch to one stop while others run two stops, the underlying reason is because they are slow in comparison to the competition. I would be more concerned by that as opposed to tyres exploding when they are run for longer stints than recomended. They also have been exhibiting unreliability in the last two races, slow and unreliable wont win the team anything.

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