Thread: Formula 1 2022
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Old 05-29-2022, 05:47 PM   #98
TitoBandito
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I don't know how many times Ferrari have thrown away a probable victory because of strategy, just in the recent years 2017-2019. Or the previous time their car was competitive in 2012 when they told Alonso not to pit and continue driving around on a front wing that was dragging on the ground, which he inevitably wound up driving on top of and off track into retirement.
I know this isn't the Todt/Brawn braintrust running the prancing horses anymore, but would at least think they would have split their strategy between drivers with all the uncertainty. Like I get boxing LeClerc for intermediates and keeping Sainz out, but LeCerc still had track position over Verstappen after the first round of stops so should have kept him matched to what Verstappen was doing.
Why do they always shoot themselves in the foot.
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