@aus_steve When you take anyone around the outside that’s a hell of a move – Because if the guy inside maximises his grip on that tighter line – the phsycis of the situation mean that the guy along the outside will not be able to carry enough speed through.
Vettel outbrAKED (not outbroke :P) Rosberg, but then still had to run speed through the exit. Usually you have two options. If the other guy runs a tight apex to defend against a cutback you have to run the speed around the outside. If they decide to push you wide you have to be a bit more patient and cut back the car ahead.
Vettel still had to run the speed around the outside of Rosberg. Rosberg decided to cover the inside tight line against a cutback – but obviously he wasn’t using the maximum amount of grip he could have had on that line. If he was the physics of the situation mean Vettel couldn’t have pulled it off.
That’s why passes around the outside are always special – because they literally defy physics; or the car on the inside is being too cautious.
@jack22 we’re fine with you having your own opinion – but don’t rubbish others’ opinions as we don’t rubbish yours.