OppositeLock wrote:I'll be curious to see whether or not Mercedes finally solve the overheating problem and the need for excess cooling vents. It must be because of how they package the radiator, engine and exhaust within the chassis. It's been a common complaint for years. They should be more concerned with the aerodynamics of the car than how tightly packaged the internals are. I hope they have learned from their mistakes.
Neno wrote:Team who in last race of the season going to test how tyers are working, and last 5 race is without a single point, dont expect on front of grid in Australia, much less on pole by 0.5 in Melbourne.
Intego wrote:So Schumacher is an engineer?!
Nando wrote:Intego wrote:So Schumacher is an engineer?!
Schumacher developing cars is mostly a myth. Developing setup and maybe have some preferences for what parts to use but to come into the wind tunnel, shove the aerodynamicist out the way and and telling Ross Brawn what to do....myth.
great developing skills he has with the Mercedes. Which btw proves my point.
winth304 wrote:Nando wrote:Yea as i said, i´m sure he gave pointers and guided the car but actually developing the car itself with parts etc.
That´s a myth.
It´s actually quite an insult to the engineers and aerodynamicists.
and the same myth enticed hamilton to merc.
winth304 wrote:and the same myth enticed hamilton to merc.
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