Hamilton was really masterful, that was a great win.
I'm a Pérez fan, but ending 5th in that car is not so great.
Pit stop ruined chances for potential second though?
If that's the price to keep Haas financially afloat, I'm willing to accept the regular Safety Car on lap 1. We can't afford to lose the 10th team. Imaging F1 with only 9 teams. Yuck.
Agree with you there, but first thing Mercedes want is the construction lead not their one and two drivers constantly fighting each other.I don't think so. He never seemed completely at ease with the Mercedes the whole weekend. Anyway, I admit that my mind is made up about Bottas: he's a good 2nd driver but nowhere near as good as Hamilton or Max.
Agree with you there, but first thing Mercedes want is the construction lead not their one and two drivers constantly fighting each other.
So from their perspective the synergy to date has been perfect for them - coming second in 2020, I think cements this partnership.
Potentially, sitting second fiddle to Hamilton until he hangs up his boots for a few gap years before returning like the trend seems to beYes, but I wonder how long do they want to keep Russell at Williams? And for how long is Russell under contract to Mercedes anyway? If he is a free agent in 2022, he could get some very nice offers from a rival team, no?