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"Race lap", it's still +4.55s to Pole lap. But it's only fifth day of testing ;) It will be little slower, not much slower. In qualifying, not sure about race. If they have to manage fuel consumption it can be much slower on some track.
Change that bet to Mclaren while you still have time philphil1993 wrote: Sure, if I was a betting man I'd p money on Mercedes (and for me, Rosberg), - but they were my pre-season favourites even before the first test.
Not only because of this laptime (1,5s over anybody else's), but Mercedes' nose solution is likely not ideal and Mclaren have an ace in their sleeves with that rear suspension.
Well, I already said this many times on tbk but maybe some people here don't access that forum, so I'll say it here as well. It's believed that the total power of the 2014 PUs can achieve well over 800HP, which would explain these laptimes.
Magnussen's time was on soft tyres and low fuel autosport reported, especially as they missed the morning session due to problems. Amus reported that Hulkenbergs time was softs, Alonso and Rosberg were mediums.
I read that too but Pirelli didn't bring super soft tyres, so I thought it was a mistake?Artur Craft wrote:I read on autosport live that Magnussen's time was done on a short stint and with SUPER soft tyres
RBR packing up today would be major.