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Racing Point Protest Still RagesThe feel in many parts of the paddock seems to be that Racing Point got off lightly after yesterday’s decision on Renault’s protest.
Renault, Ferrari, McLaren, and Williams have all signalled their intention to protest FIA’s decision.
And they will be joined by Racing Point themselves, as the team has confirmed their intention to protest the decision as well. Either way, the “Pink Mercedes” saga seems to be far from over.
Free Practice 3The session began with the wind playing spoilsport, a tailwind into Maggots and Becketts making the track slower than yesterday. Coupled with the tire issues teams faced yesterday, teams looked set for a conservative session.
Ferrari changed the ICE, TC, and MGU-H on both cars after Sebastian Vettel’s engine failure yesterday.
The start of the session was quiet, with Daniil Kvyat being the first driver with some trouble for the day, the Russian complaining of a bent steering, his first run cut short because of it. McLaren’s Andreas Seidl was interviewed during that part of the broadcast and remarked that the soft tires might last 2 to 3 laps on high fuel, which would seem to indicate it is not a good option to start the race on.
Sebastian Vettel, after troubles yesterday, did not improve his fortunes in this session, managing only P13, struggling in Turn 14 in particular, joined in the middle of the leaderboard by his former teammate Daniel Ricciardo, who was P14 at the end of the morning session (likely not chasing a fast lap time, as the Renault’s performance has been solid all weekend). For Vettel, his podium dry spell seems likely to continue, as he might extend his longest streak of races without a podium since his time in Toro Rosso.
Meanwhile, over at McLaren, things appeared to be going well, with Lando Norris setting the third fastest time on Mediums, while Carlos Sainz was a bit further behind in P10. Nico Hulkenberg and Lance Stroll were behind the young McLaren driver, with Charles Ferrari and both Red Bulls trailing the Racing Points. At the front, Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas had half a second to Norris, with the defending champion leading his teammate at session’s end.
Last weekend, the talking point ahead of qualifying was the one-lap live of the soft tire, which would start to lose performance even before that first lap was done. This weekend, matters might be even more difficult, as the soft from last weekend is now the medium, as the tire range is one step softer than the British GP selection.
With Great Britain on fire and track temperatures soaring, tire performance and conservation is going to be even more critical. To add to the rubber headache, the C4 soft tire looks to be a horrible race tire as evident from Sebastian Vettel’s nine-lap stint on them. This means teams need to be very certain of their performance on the mediums for qualifying, to not risk missing out on Q3 because of a race tire selection compromise.
Overall, FP3 confirmed what was evident on Friday: once we exclude Mercedes, the field is incredibly close. Less than a second covers all the cars from P3 to P16. Given rising temperatures and fragile tire compounds, qualifying should be a careful act of balancing management and performance, which is excellent for the fans, who will hopefully be all on the edge of their seat as the grid order is decided.
The floor is lava, but Finnish cool prevailsThe afternoon sun heated the track to a searing 43 degrees as qualifying got underway, with Hulkenberg, George Russell and both Haas cars wasting no time going out.
The focus was still on tires. Haas tried running mediums, a novel strategy in Q1, but the blistering temperatures did not translate into blistering lap times, with both drivers setting times only enough to beat the Alfa Romeos, which sadly does not appear to be very hard to accomplish this year.
With most of the grid out on Softs, Haas found themselves going lower and lower, with the Williams of George Russell beating their times handily. Wind was also against the drivers, and it seemed all of this played against Alexander Albon the most, who crossed the line 1.3 seconds behind his teammate. Esteban Ocon and Russel also had their issues, Ocon seemingly blocking Russell on the latter’s fast lap, which would eventually lead to a 3-place grid drop for the Renault driver.
With many drivers out of the normal order, there was a flurry of final runs on the soft tire, as all drivers looked to get out of Q1. Track evolution played a role, as expected, with all drivers improving, including George Russel, who went as high as P8 after his final run. Much to the delight of his team, the Briton has now made it into Q2 for 4 weekends in a row - a stunning but welcome reversal of fortunes for the team that failed to escape Q1 for all of 2019.
Kvyat now sorted steering seemed to help the AlphaTauri driver climb high but his joy was short-lived as the stewards deleted his best lap for extending track limits at Chapel, which lead to his elimination on Q1 and caused some floor damage to boot.
The other driver facing heat was Vettel, who escaped elimination by the skin of his teeth. Albon however, managed to jump all the way to 3rd, beating Verstappen, which will hopefully boost his confidence.
The biggest losers of Q1 were once again the Alfa Romeos of Antonio Giovinazzi and Kimi Räikkönen. Seventy years ago, the Italian outfit boasted an impressive qualifying result at Silverstone, placing their cars into the top 4 positions and later winning the race. This weekend, the team’s cars qualified at the back of the pack - another disappointment for a team that looks to have the slowest car this season.
Diverse strategies came into play for Q2, especially teams who were confident about getting a spot in Q3 playing it as smart as they can to start on the best tires. Verstappen set his fastest lap on Hards and so will be the only driver in the Top 10 to start on the longest lasting compound tomorrow.
Meanwhile, Vettel still struggled to bring his Ferrari towards the sharp end of the field. Onboard replays showing the car with massive understeer throughout its runs. Albon’s feel good run in Q2 did not translate into Q2, and he ended up with a slower time compared to his teammate, the Thai driver having a faster tire.
With the initial runs over, Russell took advantage of the empty track to set a time on Softs, but it was still not enough to reach Q3, the same fate befalling Vettel, who also attempted a run on Softs but was unable to improve enough. Other notable Q2 victims were Carlos Sainz (the first time this season McLaren did not have both cars reach Q3) and Ocon in the Renault, both failing to join their teammates in the last part of qualifying.
Vettel would later comment, regarding his lap:“I don’t know, I’ve run out of answers” and it is easy to imagine that he is not alone in that feeling, as the team cannot seem to figure out how to extract more pace out of the car. With the midfield battle being so close, this could be an especially bad season for the Scuderia.
Hulkenberg impressed once again, going second on the mediums, while Verstappen cut it close, but eventually made it into Q3 with hard tires. With temperatures a big factor and tires fading quickly in race trim, this may turn out to be a master stroke by the Milton Keynes outfit.
As the delta between the medium and the soft compounds appears to be slight, many drivers opted to do their initial runs in Q3 on the harder of the two, with Ricciardo managing the third best time (behind the Mercedes, obviously).
While the black cars set their first times on the Softs and many of the trailing cars sported mediums, the gap between them and the rest of the field was a full second. Thankfully, the Mercedes duo was at least closely matched as Bottas was but a tenth down on Hamilton, preluding a hard battle for pole.
Hulkenberg’s strong form continued, with the Perez substitute notching the 4th fastest time, half-a-second quicker than his Canadian teammate. Over at Red Bull, both drivers were close, Verstappen 5th and Albon 6th.
Hamilton was the first to fire his second shot, improving his time, but not enough to keep Bottas behind, #77 nailing the third sector to better his time and take pole position for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix by 0.063. Interestingly, both Mercedes cars set their second (and faster) laps on the mediums rather than the Softs, another indication of the tricky nature of tires this weekend.
Things are spicy behind the Black Arrows. Hulkenberg put together an excellent lap and finished in 3rd place, out-qualifying teammate Lance Stroll in his 2nd race back. Smiling faces over in one side of the Renault garage were easy to find as well, with Ricciardo managing a season best P5. Renault have looked solid all weekend, and they surely will be hoping to carry this momentum into the race, probably able to challenge for a podium place tomorrow.
While Red Bull is probably not satisfied with their 4th and 9th positions, sister team AlphaTauri certainly is, as Pierre Gasly managed an excellent P7, with Charles Leclerc only managing to drag his Ferrari to P8. With the other car not even making it to Q3 and Leclerc not able to beat Racing Point, Renault, and AlphaTauri, it does seem that Vettel’s comment about not having answer is not only applicable to the 4 time World Champion.
Albon’s disappointing afternoon serve as more fuel to the questions regarding the safety of his position with the team. Even if the Thai driver has claimed Helmut Marko, Red Bull’s Motorsports Advisor and Head of their Driver Development Program, approves of his performances, it is hard to remember all the other drivers that have fallen by the wayside after not matching the high expectations of the team’s bosses.
Tires, tires, and an interesting gridYou have heard it a hundred times already and you will hear it again tires, banden, reifen, pneus, boots - the most unpredictable factor this weekend will again be the tires.
As we saw multiple punctures last weekend, teams will be wary of the risk and will strive to take all the precautions to avoid throwing away points, which will hopefully lead to different strategies for the race. With the Safety Car ruining those strategies always a possibility, we certainly hope that we will get a much spicier race tomorrow.
Coupled with a mixed grid, with Verstappen starting P4 on the hard tires, which many assume to be the best compound for starting the race, we could have a very interesting race and it is not out of the question that, should Verstappen manage a good couple of first laps, Mercedes will have to work harder than they did today.
Even if both Mercedes disappear into the distance, we can expect a good fight for the win, as Hamilton will certainly attempt to take the lead immediately, which will hopefully lead to a juicy fight between the Black Arrows. The Mercedes duo has been evenly matched all weekend, and we surely hope that will continue for the entire race.
And the midfield is sure to again put on a show, as the battle for the podium should be fierce between Hulkenberg, Ricciardo, and Verstappen, plus their teammates will certainly do their best to get in to that melee.
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After a very nice presentation, with some reminiscing about the team’s history from Jordan days to today (probably best to not talk about Midland and Spyker bits), we watched a quick video chat with Sergio Perez, who spoke about his quarantine routine (exercise, TV, and joining all team meetings), and also addressed the social media controversy surrounding his test result.
Next up, team personnel presented various information about the running of an F1 team (mindful that many people joining are not die hard F1 fans), including a very interesting demonstration of the team’s steering wheel and a quick discussion regarding tires by a Pirelli representative.
Otmar Szafnauer joined, with many interesting nuggets regarding how the team is handling the uncertainty about the effects of the pandemic on the season.
Sprinkled around all these bits, the team test and simulator driver, Nick Yelloly, answered questions and talked about different aspects of the race weekend, including a nice tidbit about how late a day he had in the simulator yesterday.
After all that, it was finally time for qualifying.
Hulkenberg and Stroll both go out early on the soft compound and the car’s performance from the old pit straight to the end of the lap is beautiful to see. Especially through Maggots-Becketts-Chapel, the drivers both push hard there, with almost no fighting the car, simply exploring as much of the track as they can.
Hulkenberg set a great lap in his first attempt, very close to the second Mercedes of Hamilton after the first laps are set. Stroll had a moment at Turn 7 and immediately went on the radio to tell his engineer that lap would not do, which the stopwatch agreed with, as he set a 28.240, in the midst of the cars in danger of not making out of Q1.
Second attempt went much better and both Racing Points easily get through to Q2, again both cars showing incredible performance in the last part of the lap, with Hulkenberg eventually having to ask the team to check the car after a particular aggressive lap in his first run in Q2.
Both cars are set to start on medium tires tomorrow, which is the compound of choice for most of the drivers getting into the Top 10, and it looks to be a tire the car agrees with nicely, with no visible performance differences from the Q1 runs on Softs, especially in the high-speed corners. Outside a wiggly moment of Hulkenberg at Chapel, both cars were again very impressive, with the Copse-Maggots-Becketts sequence highlighting the incredible balance of the car.
As Q3 started, both drivers were out early on Softs, Hulkenberg pushing very hard, with both drivers experiencing some understeer into Stowe, robbing them of a bit of time.
For their last runs, both drivers manage to improve their respective times by 0.4, with both their runs losing a bit of time at Turn 7. But Hulkenberg’s lap was particularly impressive, as he wrestled the car through the fast sections using the absolutely maximum amount of track he could, Stroll being a bit more conservative, especially on his exit of Becketts and entry into Chapel.
Ultimately, Hulkenberg finished P3, which is an impressive result for a driver that was sitting at home last Thursday, and we can now only hope his Sunday is better than last one.
Stroll will start P6, which could be considered a disappointing result, as he had pace to achieve a better result (which Stroll himself mentioned in the after qualifying interview for the Racing Point guests), but if the car does not have damage like last week (Szafnauer mentioning at the start that he had more problems that just his energy recovery system), the end result should be much better.
Considering the team lost 15 points, stopping the tendency the team has shown this season of leaving points on the table is absolutely vital if Racing Point is to achieve the results the car is capable of.