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Was Sainz right in his complaints about Hamilton and was McLaren wrong with tactics? Analysis of the Spanish GP

Date: July 17, 2024 Time: 15:24:29

Was Sainz right in his complaints about Hamilton and was McLaren wrong with tactics? Analysis of the Spanish GP

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Egor Orudzhev, in his analysis of the Spanish Grand Prix, sides with Leclerc and advises Sainz to go to Audi.

Do you agree that if Norris hadn’t let Verstappen pass at the start, he would have won?

Maybe yes. I think with clear air, Lando could pull away and then control the gap.

Can Russell’s start be considered a miracle?

There are no miracles. George took advantage of the slipstream perfectly. And he did everything very well when braking.

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Were Norris’ tactics with long pit stops justified or were they more of a hindrance?

I think it’s justified. All things being equal, they understood that they would not overtake Max on the track: the advantage in pace was not that great. And so there was at least a hypothetical possibility. Although we had to tinker with Ferrari and Mercedes.

Can Aston Martin turn things around in the second half of the season and in 2025?

No. I didn’t believe in them for no reason last year and I still don’t believe in them this season.

Who is right in the mini-conflict between Leclerc and Sainz about violating team instructions and Carlos fighting too much?

It’s hard to say about the instructions, but as for the first turn, I’m on Charles’ side here. Carlos didn’t leave any space at all; Charles was almost on the grass inside.

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Are the judges right in not seeing Hamilton’s infraction in overtaking Sainz?

Don’t stop them from fighting, really! Yes, it was tough, but Hamilton actually left his place. Carlos didn’t even cut the route.

Alpin’s takeoff: a unique story or not?

I think not: little by little they look better and better at each stage. In my opinion they will be able to continue fighting for the points. Especially considering it was Barcelona: if it worked here, it will work on most tracks.

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Who will win the race for upgrade among F1 leaders?

Obviously, McLaren is winning at the moment, and then it’s guesswork. One of the three Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren. I don’t believe in Ferrari.

Where should Sainz go: Audi, Williams, Alpin?

Of all the options, there’s no telling which one you’ll get, only at Audi. In Alpin, at best, sixth or seventh positions or the middle of the peloton. Williams has been saying for many years that right now, next year will be better. But in reality the panorama does not change. They also stay in the middle or closer to the tail. But the option with Audi is unknown. In the first year everything can be very sad, or maybe, on the contrary, they will shoot you. Maybe there are advances there, like that of McLaren. So why not take a chance in favor of the Germans, since no fight for the top is in sight?

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