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Strategic Silverstone

WilliamsF1’s Strategy Engineer, Mark Barnett, previews this weekend’s Santander British Grand Prix at Silverstone

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3 thoughts on “Strategic Silverstone

  1. Lucas on said:

    Looking for a strong showing from Pastor, the Williams should be very good in the slow corners as well as the high speed maggots, beckets, stowe and copse. Would like to see Valteri in the other car… High speed, proper corners should be hard on tires, McLaren in trouble, not sure how good the RB is in the quick stuff. Sauber and Lotus should be very good too.

  2. Thanks. Yes – all good points. Looks like it’s going to be wet, though, so it’s very open. I think you’ll see Bruno having a better weekend, too – particularly in the rain.

  3. Jeremy Lord on said:

    I hope Bruno will deliver a performance that is more worthy of his skill. He beat Maldonado in GP2 at Monaco, which was regarded as Pastor’s best circuit, and I have been surprised that he has not responded so well to the combined coaching of Rob Wilson and Alex Wurz. He’s very intelligent and quick to learn.

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