JustAnEngineer wrote:With the exception of Montreal, McLaren has certainly appeared to be in much improved form this season.
Agreed - Racefans had a nice interview with Andreas Seidl at McLaren, and he seems to be a factor in them going about quietly delivering results. Yesterday was particularly interesting to see how Max pulled away from the McLarens, while Gasly couldn't make any inroads into their track position.
JustAnEngineer wrote:Given the delays and the watering-down of changes for 2021
Yeah, that has been a series of one disappointment after the other. I think the only "planned but cancelled" change that I was happy about was the deletion of the MGU-H, I'm glad it's being retained, as it is a technical marvel. The most annoying is the retention of Ferrari's veto and their bonuses. If Ross Brawn doesn't deliver on the ability of cars to follow one another better in turbulent air, then 2021 will end up a damp squib.