I's funny how the walrus idea popped up there too...Tomba wrote:Here is some more information
...perhaps for the same reason I thought this may be related to the nose-cone idea thread. Anyways...flatspotter on 05.09.07 at 08:49 wrote:Hmmm, not another walrus I hope.
Do you mean 'all new', as in no parts carried forward, or radically new, as in unconventional (walrus style)?
The trouble with major departures from convention is that whilst they may have some merit and potential, before it can be honed to the point of delivering that potential, your sponsors have beaten a path to someone else’s front door.
Sensitivity toscarbs wrote:With the front wing usually you take care about the yaw\steer sensitivity of the car, this is where most of the job is done.
what? Downforce dynamics, the predictability thereof (as a function of yaw/steer i.e. no points of discontinuity in reactions to yaw/steering at any speed, only gradual changes)? I just wonder what's the measure of yaw/steer sensitivity when working in a theoretical environment like with CFD (in the preproduction, conceptual, planning stages). There must be some pretty well understood and established criteria if that's where "most of the job is done".
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