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Abu Dhabi GP: Uneventful FP1 for Williams Martini
Williams F1 (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 10:14
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Re: Abu Dhabi GP: Uneventful FP1 for Williams Martini
ihme (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 10:34
KUB was topping the speed traps so he was probably running low df levels and as Claire said he was on a different programme than Lance (i dont think there were a lot of new parts on his car though).

We were trying a lot of new prodecures with him. One example here:

Kubica: “OK we try double lap cool down?”
“Negative we won’t have time.”
Kubica: “Copy. Something to take into consideration, I think it will work.”
“OK copy that.”
“OK Robert we’ll take your suggestion. Go for a double cool. I don’t think we’ll get a timed lap in"

ps. I just love F1tv's open team radio.



Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 23/11/2018 10:36 by ihme.

 
Re: Abu Dhabi GP: Uneventful FP1 for Williams Martini
Mikef1 (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 10:54
Wouldn't get too excited about it

 
Re: Abu Dhabi GP: Uneventful FP1 for Williams Martini
ihme (IP Logged)
23 November, 2018 12:12
RK: "Everything went as planned, we finished our work and confirmed what we wanted."

...

"It was ok, we did what we needed to do. We gathered important data. We knew this session was gonna be like that. Myself I would have liked to go with a better pace, but sometimes we need to sacrifice the time in the cockpit. I cannot wait for testing where we will be checking out different tyre compounds for next year."

 
Re: Abu Dhabi GP: Uneventful FP1 for Williams Martini
Andrew Hooper (IP Logged)
24 November, 2018 01:25
Practice sessions with Williams are not something of late that I have been excited about.


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