bhallg2k wrote:Pierce89 wrote:alogoc wrote:it will happen very soon!
it was tested in Idiada by Gene!
How can you test a change "supposedly" designed to help low fuel balance in a sraight line aero test?
Sounds like something Mercedes would do.
kebab wrote:Ferraris was on used tires which went thru Q2 then the times weren't bad actually.
superdread wrote:One question about these straight-line aero tests: Do they use the ultra-hard tires they also get for filming?
Ferrari2183 wrote:And besides, I think it is quite evident that the new front and rear wing has not worked as expected. Who knows what else...
timbo wrote:Ferrari2183 wrote:And besides, I think it is quite evident that the new front and rear wing has not worked as expected. Who knows what else...
How can this be "evident"? Without precise knowledge of their program it's quite hard to say, maybe they were just evaluating parts for a bigger update.
Their race pace in Hungary was not great, but not too bad either.
And they are definitely most progressed team in terms of pace since Australia.
Redragon wrote:Alonso said in an interview for the spanish press
That the car is the same for the last 4 races and not mayor changes have been made.
So I don't think to say the Fw and Rw didn't work it is a bit out of the blue
because they haven't run them.
amouzouris wrote:or maybe they are indeed collecting data for a bigger upgrade package....if you remember four races is what it took ferrari to introduce the big upgrade package in Barcelona and made up that much time...maybe they are planning to do the same again...
and the fact that they were using both cars only means that they were collecting more data...two is better than one