What did you make of Nico Rosberg's recent comments that the Ferrari is not sat in the correct aerodynamic window?
@Professor_IPC, via Twitter
I can understand his comments but that doesn't mean I agree. Barcelona has always been a circuit that requires a bit of everything from a car. It has a reasonably long straight, braking entry into Turn 1, then it's traction and understeer limited out of Turn 2, which is followed by the long, demanding high-speed Turn 3.
Turn 4 is a 180-degree medium-speed corner that requires good balance both on entry and exit, Turn 5 is a slow, downhill-braking, about 170-degree corner that has a lot of camber change so it's easy to lock the front wheel on entry, and Turn 6 doesn't really exist. Turn 7 has a compression in the middle and Turn 8 is a kerb-clouting corner as you try to get the power down heading up to Turn 9, Campsa, which is a blind, fast right-hander.