Posted 26 August 2013 - 01:35 PM
WebRic, on 26 August 2013 - 12:48 PM, said:
My version of one direction. Sorry lol
That makes sense. Although I didn't realise they were that famous in other countries. Shame.
As for Webber's starts, I don't understand it either as you would think it is something that is not that difficult to fix, or at least a problem that can be worked on in a sort of logical way (i.e. comparing to Vettel, trying different things, etc). Considering they must have identified it as an issue and want to fix it, I guess it must one of those cases where our intuition is not enough to make up for our limited knowledge. In other words, it must be a very difficult problem indeed in ways we (or at least I) don't understand.
"He has the speed of Casey [Stoner] but the brain of Valentino." ~ Honda's Livio Suppo describing Marc Marquez.
"Everything will be alright in the end. If it is not alright, it is not yet the end." ~ Paulo Coelho
Over the years the racing car has changed and the necessity for the sensitive and precise handling of the faster, lighter grand prix cars of the post war era, emphasised the need for a more subtle and controlled driving technique. Fangio, with his iron self-control and uncanny skill, met this demand with contemptuous ease, to set a style that raised the art of racing driving to the height of a new science. 20 years earlier in 1937, that great French driver Jean-Pierre Wimille, then at the height of his fame, said of Fangio "I have seen at Buenos Aires a brilliant new driver, the day he has a real racing car to drive, he will perform miracles”.