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Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
Discussion started by Williams F1 , 12 April, 2019 11:01
Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
Williams F1 12 April, 2019 11:01
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Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
dot_com 12 April, 2019 12:03
Seems like we might be a little closer to the midfield pack, particularly in FP2?

Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
Gunk 12 April, 2019 12:19
I always thought it would take Robert a few races to get up to speed. That has to be part of it.

Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
Andrew Hooper 12 April, 2019 12:54
Yes I think people have had a bit of an unreasonable expectation as to how quickly Robert would come up to speed. Yes he has had time in the car last year as well as pre-season testing but nothing can replace race weekend track time.

Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
Gunk 12 April, 2019 13:06
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Andrew Hooper
Yes I think people have had a bit of an unreasonable expectation as to how quickly Robert would come up to speed. Yes he has had time in the car last year as well as pre-season testing but nothing can replace race weekend track time.

I'm wondering if the same applies to Giovinazzi. He hasn't driven a car in anger for a couple of years. He's been a long way off Kimi.

Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
speed 12 April, 2019 14:31
From FP2, it seems like we are now within a second of the next few cars.

Re: Chinese GP: Friday sees Kubica ahead of Russell
CLOVERLEAF 888 12 April, 2019 23:18
I could be mistaken but I actually thought it looked like our guys were pushing the cars harder than what we seen before. It actually looked like a racing car today.


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