LM_1983 wrote:I would be interested to hear people's opinions on the rear diffuser debate and the outcome of the appeal before the Chinese Grand Prix.
- Should the appeal be upheld then do you think the other teams will be ready with a design similar to that of Toyota/ Brawn/ Williams?
Not for a race or two after China.
Has there been enough time to develop this since the beginning of thew season?
How much work will they allocate to developing a system which might not even be needed?
As much as they can. They can not risk that the diffuser will be ruled legal.
- How will Brawn/ Toyota and Williams perform if they have to design a new system for China. Mediocre.
- Have they had sufficient time for this?
- Is this all just a big fix by BE and MM to encourage new teams/ sponsors/ money into F1 and make the sport more exciting?
woohoo wrote:They should devote their energy to making a diffuser of their own, rather than complaining!
woohoo wrote:Though I am a fan of a driver and team that do not have diffusor, I really hope the diffuser teams win.
This is a case of some people who were smart in their interpretation, and though of something new and interesting, and just because others did something dumb, does not mean the smart ones should be penalized.
They should devote their energy to making a diffuser of their own, rather than complaining!
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