banibhusan wrote:Why do they have "RACE" written on the tip of the nosecone? Do teams maintain separate spec of FW for race and practice?
raymondu999 wrote:Perhaps RFA. Since last year they've always called their DRS the "Rear Flap Adjust." I call it "Redundant Flipping Acronym."
I have a theory - what if actually the W03 is the quickest car on the track; but is a prima donna when it comes to setup? Get the setup smack on and she'll give you a dominant pole and victory (a la China). Get it wrong and she'll be top midfield at best. Possible?
raymondu999 wrote:I mean, the one time when they say they got the tyres right ....
Jef Patat wrote:That car is clearly not ready for racing, nor has it recently raced. Why would you want to cool something that is at ambient temperature?
hardingfv32 wrote:That was my thought. Would there be any reason for the ECU to be turned on and tested? Does the ECU need cooling because of its own heat generation or because of its location?
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