GP of Spain 2016, historic with a Max Verstappen that has had a baptism perfect in the Red Bull. Verstappen came to Red Bull with a lot of criticism by the movement of the team down to Kvyat at Toro Rosso and upload it to him so hasty in the big team, but not a single one has been close to Daniel Ricciardo, but on his debut he has won the GP of Spain. Verstappen has entered in the history of F1 by the big door, being the pilot of F1’s youngest ever to win a race with 18 years, in addition to having been the youngest up to the premier class when he was 17 years old.
Carlos Sainz Jr. it has also had a great race at home, carrying a flag of Spain at the end of the race that has assigned a commissioner. I hope that there are penalty with this movement, as I believe to remember that this was forbidden. Although we have already seen him do it to other drivers like Fernando Alonso with his comeback, in Valencia. I don’t think that they are too strict and will remain in one simple anecdote. What if there will be that to look at is the penalties that can fall on the accidents between the Mercedes with the touch that has withdrawn from the race on the first lap.
A penalty for our other representation, Fernando Alonso that has had a bad start falling behind Jenson Button caught and conditioning his whole career. It has also shown a bit annoying in the micros with not having all the improvements implemented by McLaren in this race. However, it can be a wake-up call to the team, since we are still away from the head. Improve, but not enough and if that is little, your Honda engine has not overcome all the failures of reliability, with a lack of power that has been forced to withdraw the car almost at the end of the race and retire…
And now I’m going to get a bit serious, I don’t have anything against Vettel, I liked it a lot both as a rider and especially his attitude off track, but lately it is especially quick-tempered and complains too much each time you fill the car. May not be your fault, and it the pressure so immense that it has Ferrari for winning. And in this respect, to say that Sergio Marchionne said that here they would win and have not done so, it is more, for little if they fall outside of the podium. Also give a touch of Marc Gené, the Spanish driver is already tired too, year after year, race after race, claiming that Ferrari can “win” or “pole” or “we believe that we have an extra at this track”, etc, and then nothing more far from reality. Maybe he didn’t have the guilt and the information comes from what is heard from the computer, but in Maranello they should be more careful when analyzing the data.
If you neglect a little is not only not going to win, but not even they were going to do podium the red car. Daniel Ricciardo has gotten the car in the last laps aggressively to Vettel and almost leaves him out of the could, but in the end the good Daniel has had a puncture in his rear tyre. Räikkönen had also failed with Max Verstappen and has been second. Therefore, a 2nd and a 3rd place have been achieved in front of the victory and pole position that was promised, but this has been thanks to the withdrawal of the two Mercedes by the shock, otherwise it would have been a 4th and 5th place for the italians. As to the touch of Mercedes, to say that Toto Wolff has softened the situation is set ablaze by Lauda that has been blamed directly to Hamilton (which honestly I think is not to blame).
|1||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||01:41’40″07||66|
|4||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||+43″950||66|
|6||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||+61″395||66|
|7||Sergio Perez||Force India||+79″538||66|
|9||Jenson Button||McLaren-Honda||+1 lap||65|
|10||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso||+1 lap||65|
|11||Esteban Gutierrez||Haas||+1 lap||65|
|12||Marcus Ericsson||Sauber||+1 lap||65|
|13||Jolyon Palmer||Renault||+1 lap||65|
|14||Kevin Magnussen||Renault||+1 lap||65|
|15||Felipe Nasr||Sauber||+1 lap||65|
|16||Pascal Wehrlein||Manor||+1 lap||65|
|17||Rio Haryanto||Manor||+1 lap||65|
|20||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India||Withdrawal||17|
And add that there has been a rumor about a possible sabbatical of Hamilton, although I don’t think that you have a foundation and I find it absurd to believe it. Continuing with the thread, I can only say that the next appointment is in Monaco, another appointment is very interesting where to see if Carlos and Fernando can alleviate the defects of their cars and get good points for their respective teams and for the good of the Spanish fans. Then tap Canada, where the team Renault plans to introduce a big improvement in your engine and also Honda would, in principle, with what Red Bull is what can make it more difficult to Ferrari if not espabilan.