While Lewis Hamilton finally gained the Turkish GP with a dominant margin, the slippery floor and moist circumstances in qualifying and the race supplied an upset to the shape e book, with Racing Point taking pole and second place within the race, and Red Bull struggling.
McLaren’s personal drivers Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris certified effectively down the sphere, however they recovered to fifth and eighth locations respectively.
“There were a lot of comments in both directions,” mentioned Seidl of the leisure supplied by the circumstances. “Is it positive or negative, what we have seen [last] Friday and Saturday, for F1? Of course a race like that… at the same time we also have to admit we have seen that several times in wet conditions or tricky conditions that you have these exciting races with a lot of things happening.
“It’s clear everyone wants to see cars fighting on track, wants to see overtaking manoeuvres, wants to see also that not always the same cars [are] at the front, wants to see that people can actually make up positions coming through the field from the back.
“But at the same time, F1 is also about, in normal conditions, putting up or designing the best car and making it the best performing car. And then it’s also normal that the best car is in front in qualifying and in the race as well. That’s part of the DNA as well of F1.”
Seidl stays assured that the change of technical laws for 2022, supposed largely to advertise nearer racing by permitting the vehicles to observe, might be a step.
“I feel there’s a variety of constructive stuff coming from ’22 onwards with the brand new technical laws, that ought to permit the vehicles to race nearer collectively, which ought to assist then additionally to see extra overtaking manoeuvres, all the opposite stuff that is additionally occurring just like the monetary cap must also assist to get total the sphere nearer collectively.
“And then I think there is no reason to be pessimistic.”