George Russell ‘confused’ by Mercedes’ discrepancy as Lewis Hamilton calls for a faster pace of change – erte sports 10

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George Russell will start the Miami Grand Prix in 12th despite finishing first on the timesheet in Friday’s second practice session. Lewis Hamilton finished sixth as a thorny problem continued. Stream the Miami GP Sunday live at Sky Sports F1 at 8:30pm and watch the build-up at 7pm.

George Russell says the flip-flopping performance of his Mercedes ‘really doesn’t make a lot of sense’

George Russell ‘confused’ by Mercedes’ discrepancy as Lewis Hamilton calls for a faster pace of change

George Russell will start the Miami Grand Prix in 12th despite finishing first on the timesheet in Friday’s second practice session. Lewis Hamilton finished sixth as a thorny problem continued. Stream the Miami GP Sunday live at Sky Sports F1 at 8:30pm and watch the build-up at 7pm.

George Russell claimed that Mercedes’ discrepancy “doesn’t make much sense” as he finished 12th at the first Miami Grand Prix.

After a disappointing start to the 2022 season as the Constructors’ champions struggle to keep pace with Ferrari and Red Bull, Friday’s practice sessions sparked optimism about improved performance and the decline in dolphins that have plagued their campaigns to date.

An update to the front wing helped Russell take first place on the timesheet in the second practice, but he didn’t even have his best time in Friday’s qualifier, and why Saturday’s setup caused his car to bounce much more. tried to explain.

“Honestly, I’m a little confused,” he told Sky Sports. “The qualifier lap was slower than what we did at P2 yesterday,” he said.

“Today the car felt completely different. We were having trouble rushing and we couldn’t hit the corners.

“There was potential in that, and yesterday we were fast, so it’s a real shame. It’s gone terribly from us today and I don’t know why.

“Honestly, it was a bit inconsistent.

“We thought we had a fairly conservative setup to avoid the dolphins, but it was as bad as what we saw at P3 this morning.

“It doesn’t make any sense at the moment because on turns 4 and 5 we couldn’t attack into the braking zone because we were going all the way through the corner.

“It’s fast when you get into the window, but it’s a bit disappointing for myself and the team. I think the potential is there.

“Yesterday we were in a fight for Paul and today we qualifies for the worst qualifier of the year, the P12. So that doesn’t make much sense.”

Hamilton: Eventually we will get there.

Lewis Hamilton finished only 15th in Saturday’s last practice session, but recovered to finish 6th in Sunday’s game. The match will be broadcast live on Sky Sports F1 at 8:30 PM.

However, while his performance has improved, Hamilton believes his Mercedes is still lagging behind Red Bull and Ferrari as it was at the beginning of the season.

“It was a much better qualifying session than the last three races, so I honestly appreciate and accept it.

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“We will continue to chip away and keep working. There are so many amazing things going on in the background and everyone is working hard. Unfortunately, I don’t think we’re necessarily moving forward at the pace we want.

“I think the gap is similar to the beginning of the year. We have to keep our heads down, keep working, keep focusing, keep trunking.

“Eventually we will get there.

“I wasn’t in a good mood overall this weekend, but today I feel like I’ve put the tires in a better position and got a little better in the qualifiers.

“For the race pace? I don’t know.”

Wolff: We made the car worse

Mercedes team leader Toto Wolff tweaked the car overnight, which ultimately made the situation worse, but said “experiment” would help the team understand the cause of the dolphins.

“I saw a car in action at P2 yesterday,” he said in an interview with Sky Sports.

“We were able to put it in an optimal position and at P3 today we are completely out of the experiment we did.

“It got a little creepy, but it still bounced like a kangaroo. The drivers aren’t happy with it and you can see that’s why we’re leaving.

“We certainly did better on what worked and what helped today’s slump from yesterday.

“It’s never one thing to be responsible for performance and impotence, but we had a good car yesterday afternoon and we made it worse.

“There are some things we understand and some we don’t understand.”

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“We will continue to chip away and keep working. There are so many amazing things going on in the background and everyone is working hard. Unfortunately, I don’t think we’re necessarily moving forward at the pace we want.

“I think the gap is similar to the beginning of the year. We have to keep our heads down, keep working, keep focusing, keep trunking.

“Eventually we will get there.

“I wasn’t in a good mood overall this weekend, but today I feel like I’ve put the tires in a better position and got a little better in the qualifiers.

“For the race pace? I don’t know.”

Wolff: We made the car worse

Mercedes team leader Toto Wolff tweaked the car overnight, which ultimately made the situation worse, but said “experiment” would help the team understand the cause of the dolphins.

“I saw a car in action at P2 yesterday,” he said in an interview with Sky Sports.

“We were able to put it in an optimal position and at P3 today we are completely out of the experiment we did.

“It got a little creepy, but it still bounced like a kangaroo. The drivers aren’t happy with it and you can see that’s why we’re leaving.

“We certainly did better on what worked and what helped today’s slump from yesterday.

“It’s never one thing to be responsible for performance and impotence, but we had a good car yesterday afternoon and we made it worse.

“There are some things we understand and some we don’t understand.”

Sky Sports F1’s Sunday Schedule
3:20 PM: W Series Race 2
7pm: Grand Prix Sunday: Miami GP Buildup
8:30pm: Miami Grand Prix*
10.30pm: Checkered Flag: Miami GP Reaction*
11.30pm: Ted’s Note*

*Simultaneous broadcasting of the Sky Sports main event (simultaneous broadcasting of preliminary rounds and enhanced races: 8:30pm and 7:30pm, respectively)
** Sky Showcase Simultaneous Broadcast

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