Hail22 wrote:The only logical reason why they did that is that they either:
1. Very confident with the car they decide to simulate high tyre pressures in order to test some form of suspension adjustment system? (i know the torque version was banned but they never said Chemical fluid suspension systems are illegal) thats a wild and horrible theory.
2. Sandbagging the car beyond belief knowing they have the package from the first race?
3. Ferrari running in circles..
Its late otherwise i would have another more reasonable theory.
The first one i think is most unlikely since it was for all four tires.
Second one is a possibility but if true then they all should recieve and Oscar at Oz.
3. I don´t want to think Ferrari, the oldest F1 team on the grid don´t even know how to use F1 tires properly but it´s starting to look like Ferrari have absolutely no idea on how to build an F1 car anymore.
It´s like they are lost in the fog but with billions to spend.
I really hope it´s 2. though, that would be a fantastic start to the season.
Maybe we have a tire specialist here that could explain these anomalies with the temps and pressures.