wesley123 wrote:That is hardly any different.
And that wasnt the point, the point was that reducing aerodynamic dependence by limitting what allowed will increase mechanical importance, however since the latter is so limited in what is allowed this does not happen. There is hardly any room for real improvement, some thing like the f-duct, something big. The only difference you can make is by improvements in dampers etc. but nothing big
The whole approach of making cars slower to increase safety is just wrong. Instead of banning, the FIA should make cars slower by making cars safer. That way cars can get faster without increasing risk for the driver.