X2. (1) Vettel's car control was fantastic - catching a car on slicks sliding on grass and correcting it's path to the point where it not only didn't spin, but also came back on the track pointed in (generally) the right direction. (2) Lewis miscalculated, thinking that he had enough time to accelerate by the off, and put himself in harm's way. A truly bullshit call by the stewards!Vettel was looking to wrap up another Canadian Grand Prix for Ferrari giving them their first win for the season but the stewards decided to just give it to Lewis instead. A load of crap as was explained by all of the pundits on Sky Sports but that's that I guess.
Not a lot of high-speed tracks left, if I recall. Maybe just Monza? As for a Mercedes slip-up, I only see that happening if Bottas elevates his game, and he and Hamilton have some sort of collision because they're racing each other a little too hard.also: ferrari is faster around high speed tracks...i'm sure there will be one race where they get their shit together, and Leclerc will finally win a race
My thoughts exactly. They're getting pathetic with the forced, unbelievable fake sandbagging.Booooooooooooooooooooooring. Hamilton complaining about the car while setting fastest laps and going out to a 13+ second lead is getting really old, really fast.