richard_leeds wrote:The development race this year can be seen as F-Dcut v EBD. The EBD teams won probably because it was harder to copy than the F duct.
ell66 wrote:richard_leeds wrote:The development race this year can be seen as F-Dcut v EBD. The EBD teams won probably because it was harder to copy than the F duct.
im convinced the f-duct id the more powerfull tool, but its a lot easier to get working than the EBD's, i think they got the basic fundamentals wrong for this years car...the rear end and suspension for example.
kalinka wrote:There is another factor at McLaren that we do know as their problem this year : Sometimes they can't guess the right downforce level with F-Duct. I think it was the problem in Bahrein, partly in Barcelona, Monza was a total lottery, and I think they fail in Brasil too, but not that much.
They didn't understand the car fully yet. It would be crucial for next race too, but it seems that on smoother tracks they can guess it much precisely, or it's just their stiff suspension that prevents them to set it up right on bumpy tracks. Maybe they understand it fully, but on bumpy tracks they have to do a compromise between DF/Speed/Suspension (?)
EAKMotorsports wrote:so you guys know how much spring they are using?
kalinka wrote:It's clear that they couldn't sacrifice that advantage to get mor DF.
You think that I'm just imagining that problem ? It's not sarcasm, i really want to know am I wrong here.
Afterburner wrote:I think MP4-25 suspension/tyres combination it's not the best one, we can see it better at their race pace, maybe this year tyres work better with softer settings. One thing i noticed at last GP was Mclaren poor grip with front option tyers at slower corners, it's obvious a signal they were a bit puzzled with the setup and they couldn't run with the Bulls or Alonso.
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