Issue: When watching a video, the carousel underneath which contains other episodes of the same show has the control strip hidden.
Not sure if bug or "working as intended" on your end.
- Doesn't appear to be present in multiple other browsers I tried, just Firefox.
- In Firefox the page's html element has class touchevents applied to it, other browsers on the same device get no-touchevents.
- Rule with selectors.touchevents .carousel-strip__control sets display to none, hiding the controls.
Don't know if some sort of detection of device capabilities is at all related but the device has a touchscreen.
If this is intended behavior for touchscreen devices I would suggest the criteria to hide the arrows to be changed as not to rely on touch being present on the device alone. Using non-mobile device with touch I might still want to use the arrows.
If using touch was the intent for the website on said device, I tried to swipe and it wouldn't work so switching to grid view was the only alternative.
1. Haven't watched F1 for the last half season or so, I can't say, maybe his car is not showing pace in a race condition, it's pretty different than a qualifying run.
2. Qualifying is nowadays, long time ago it wasn't, a 3 stage thing. How many cars there are go in on stage 1 for 20 minutes (this season 22), depending on time set, if you don't set a lap at all etc, will determine your position. Stage 2 less cars go in, this season 16 cars, for 15 minutes, 6 cars drop out. Stage 3, the last 10 cars go for laps. What likely happened Webber did make it into stage 3 but didn't bother setting a lap, saving tyres or something else, therefore he stays 10.
3. There are regulations to meet, other than that, yes money on the car development is pretty important. Red Bull may have the luxury of being developing next years car while still developing upgrades for this year, other times might have to choose. Money allocation from the sport earnings itself (TV etc) is handed out depending on team finishes on the board.
4. You can change direction once.
Will try to answer the rest later on, sure by the time I click Post on this there will be plenty of answers.