hollus wrote:Did you miss the extra chicane?!?!?!
hollus wrote:No, seriously, colder temperatures mean extra power from the engines. That for sure is a factor.
Is the air density also a factor? Colder air means more dense air, see here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Density_of_air
So not only there is more temperature difference between the cold air entering the engine and the hot air exiting (meaning more power), but there is more oxygen getting into the engine (even more power) and probably more important, more air hitting the wings and all other aero parts, hence more downforce. Heck, even the driver feels more comfortable in colder weather.
hollus wrote:Plus the cold makes clocks run slower
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