That would be the weather were Vettel has consistently come unstuck but we will write that off to Ferrari?AnRs wrote:How on earth can you judge those races 4-0 Ferrari?pokerman wrote:That was exactly my outlook as well which I posted in this thread and Hamilton's points lead looked tenuous given that the Ferrari looked faster in the previous 4 races going into Singapore.Johnson wrote:Yes the Mercedes looks kind of unstoppable but then so did the Ferrari for a short stage. Heading into Monza Ferrari looked unstoppable, it was only the freak rain showers in Q3 at Spa and Hungary and during the race in Germany that had kept Mercedes in it over the previous races.Flash2k11 wrote:Pretty much my opinion right now.Exediron wrote: I'd be happy to.
I'd be even happier to agree that it averages out as roughly equal, with Mercedes and Ferrari having each had brief periods of holding a clear advantage, and that the trend now looks set for Mercedes to be the best car for the rest of the season.
Keep this up and we will the UN on the blower asking us to show them how world peace is done!
I thought Mercedes had little chance at the title at that stage as there car was also a lot more unreliable and slower and they couldn't keep relying on rain and Singapore was approaching in which Mercedes I expected to be fighting for 4th/5th. Amazing how unpredictable this season has been. It would not surprise me if Vettel dominated USA though.
Isn't the weather part off it or should we twist the conditions to better suit Ferrari?
Mercedes needing to be rescued by the weather doesn't change the fact that the Ferrari was intrinsically the faster car.