JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:Yes, but with homolgation rules can you go from pushrod to pullrod suspension? and if so is that implemenatable quickly?
As an exhaust driven diffuser will require(by my reckoning) a pullrod suspension, it seems like one problem leading to another to another.
Perhaps its too much to make up within a season?
FiA sporting regulations 2010 wrote:28.7 a) One specification of each of the following parts must be homologated prior to the first Event of the Championship season :
- survival cell ;
- principal and second roll structures ;
- front, rear and side impact structures ;
- front wheel ;
- rear wheel.
Once homologated, changes to the these parts will only be permitted for clear safety or reliability reasons following written approval from the FIA.
Blackout wrote:JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:With Red Bulls crushing car advantage, is it possible for McLaren, Ferrari, Mercedes or even Renault to adopt the exhaust driven diffuser in 2010?
And is a pullrod suspension implementable mid season?
why ''even Renault'' ?
marcush. wrote:the big question is which team may have still the recources to do a full analysis of the RB6 concepts with windtunnel/cfd to get an idea what the hell is going on there.
With the curiously big time advantage in Q3 only and on race day at least ferrari and macs creeping closer ,the decision to just drop your ideas and follow Redbull is not an easy one...as one can see with toro rosso the details must be quite subtle that do the trick..
Newey stated more than once that he decided on pullrod assuming ddd would not be feasible and he would not have chosen this solution if he knew before.
For this season they stuck to it because they learned a lot in 2009 about the advantages of pullrod and with ddd banned for 2011 it will be a real benefit...
so a move towards pullrod rear suspension could be a good strategical plan for teams,starting now compromising their season wich is lost anyways but building
knowledge for 2011
marcush. wrote:it does have pullrod...
reference gearbox :there is a minimum of how many races you have to use your gearbox?
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