When Silverstone bites, it bites hard 👀
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Replying to @F1
Ring any bells?
Replying to @david_gannon01 @F1
*Losts his wheels*
*Still tries to steer*
I respect Hartley who did not complain at this time
Ouch, that was a big one! Are you OK?
Back when Gasly was shitting on Hartley and everyone thought he was fast
Replying to @abc_def_ghi_777 @F1
He had some amazing results last year so I don't know what you are talking about
Replying to @StathisTsk @abc_def_ghi_777 @F1
Short term memory loss is a common theme with gasly haters
Replying to @oliver90282911 @StathisTsk and 2 others
It's pretty common in F1 in general I'd say.
Replying to @Pips_Ahoy @oliver90282911 and 2 others
I like Gasly and I know how good he is, I’m just saying that because of his struggles this year, people forget how badly he beat Hartley and how fast he was
Replying to @abc_def_ghi_777 @Pips_Ahoy and 2 others
The way you said it it looks like you meant that because Hartley wasn't as fast Gasly looked good
Replying to @StathisTsk @abc_def_ghi_777 and 3 others
Gasly no doubt had some pretty good results at the start of the 2018 season, but even then he wasn't consistent, because at the second half of the year Hartley beat him on points (iirc)
Replying to @kostadin_kotev @StathisTsk and 3 others
Yeah because Gasly had an engine penalty every race because Honda were testing using his car, and Toro Rosso wanted to see if Brendon could deliver, which he could not
Replying to @IanceStroll @F1
I guess technically you're travelling at a higher average speed around Silverstone so a failure like that would have greater consequences than other tracks but yeah, you're not wrong there.
I'm not disagreeing with you, just trying to explain their possible reasoning. Generally less runoff at Silverstone as well. But anyway, like I said, not disagreeing with you.
Domingo tem @majhumberto @GreasePixel
I was stunned to see this video last year. 👀💦I remember that I was relieved because Hartley was undamaged.