Canadian F1 GP 2022: Verstappen makes a recovery

And theIt’s a “topic” out of the week. The previous salary, the pilots’ salary, in this salary, the FIA’s decision to put their hands on “graduation”, we’ll see how it affects and who it affects. Yes, the most rebounding, undoubtedly champion Max Verstappen. “I don’t know if it helps us or not, but Changing the rule in the middle of the year I don’t think it’s right because the team asks for it‘, confirms the Dutchman. I understand the importance of safety, of course, but you talk to any farm engineer and they tell you the same thing, Raise the car (lower performance) and you’ll have fewer problems.” And the benefits are less, of course.

Like Leclerc, the 24-year-old Max looks nothing further than a possible sequel. “There are many sports where there is damage, such as football players, motocross riders and motorcyclists, who sometimes break bones but take the risk.Obviously, they wouldn’t take him from there.

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thing is Max does not have the support of veteransNeither Vettel, who looks fine nor Alonso since the Alps took control, although he warns that “in Barcelona we had double Mercedes in Pak and that’s it, yes.”He’s trying to raise the car, and since the driver wouldn’t want to, if the FIA ​​could mediate and tell the team to raise it, the better,” is his analysis.

In Free Practice 1 and Free Practice 2, the FIA ​​technicians took vertical acceleration measurements, and in Free Practice 3 today they will decide on the measurements, heights etc… For Hamilton, this is all useful, especially if he doesn’t have to lift the car and make another time of changes. “Safety is key and at least one driver from each team has given their say on the matter, the FIA ​​has been working on improving what the car is for several years, and it’s not about dealing with rebound but eliminating it completely so I don’t have back issues in the future, or in my head.” , I’m in a lot more pain this year. I don’t think it’s going to change my performance that much, although I’m still wrong,” says 44 Take a hand to the lower back, like an old man at the end of a buck to cheer that FIA feels he owes him one of the Abu Dabo. Whether you make him an offer or not is a mystery.

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Those who do well because they don’t want to touch anything, like the Ferrari 16. “I don’t quite agree, it’s harder, but it’s indestructible, for our part we have found solutions to improve it,” he adds. Leclerc who doesn’t want to close Hamilton either if this change turns the tables on the topic, which is basically what this is all about. This actually happened in 2013 when a change (also for safety) in tire construction brought down Ferrari and boosted Red Bull and, by the way, Mercedes. Everyone here has notches on a pistol.

And for those who do not go and do not come because they speak of the natural state of matter and the truth is that many of them, Sains among them, They were concerned about the long-term consequences of doing the 7,500km (this year’s race) and many other practices, with this wild and unexpected bounce. Gasly says he doesn’t want to see himself immune at the age of 30 and Stroll and Ocon add the cars’ stiffness, and toughness (overtaking the barriers they struggle with), to the “dementia” problem. “All of those 23 races are not sustainable, let alone so many years in the car, it’s going to be hard on the body,” says the Canadian.

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and sent? He’s in the team he struggles with, but regularly beats Hamilton. “It will be necessary to see if these changes make a difference, I’m not an expert and I don’t know if I could make things better, but as a driver I like to see how the FIA ​​people act proactively and take action. It’s more of a first aid kit. It’s an end-to-end solution, and we’ll see why even teams that suffer a little suffer, suffer a lot and that should only be the starting point.”

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