But it does mean he has way more potential.
Perhaps but its not like Gasly is an established veteran himself.
My post was a reaction to zanquis who says Albon has better one lap speed. At the moment this is not exactly true.
The difference between Max and Gasly and Max and Albon in qualifying is on average practically the same. And if we look at qualifying differences at Torro Roso Gasly is faster compared to Kvyat than Albon was.
Albon looks more decisive in overtaking but how much of that is down to the Red Bull being less of a diva currently than it was at times earlier in the season I do not know.
Albon probably deserves a bit extra credit because its his first season and he jumped in without proper pre season testing. Whether he really is the better driver is just not that clear for me. But Red Bull will probably stick with him, Horner has been very complimentary about him recently.
Edited by Kao18, 06 November 2019 - 11:01.