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Old 8th June 2015, 12:35   #31
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Default Re: Official F1 Discussion Thread: Canadian GP

Originally Posted by Fullrevs View Post
True, I think fuel was tight for all.

Ferrari also seemed more concerned about who was behind rather than attacking in front. Stopping Kimi for options to try and catch Bottas wasnt a great idea. It was never going to happen. I am not sure if he had blistered his soft tyres because of the spin and recovery but that was a bit confusing for me.
The fuel restriction has to go if they want the racing to improve. Now it looks like a fuel management session than flat out racing.

As for Kimi, it looks like he is a generation behind coping with the hybrid systems. Looks like the out lap for these engines are started with an ECU lockout period for a minute or so. After a start or a pit stop the engine mapping might be in a more aggressive mode to give more torque. An error like this which is repeated makes him look old. Maybe he just needed more ice cream..
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