marcush. wrote:err wasn´t the Renault engine a definite load of crap according to Newey,Horner and some forum members?
the one advantage it (the Renault) has:it fits the RedBull gearbox...
marcush. wrote:I learned in Motorsport not to be too adventureous and NOT change too much at one time,especially when you have limited recources.but who knows.
marcush. wrote:err wasn´t the Renault engine a definite load of crap according to Newey,Horner and some forum members?The Cosworth was good enough to outscore Force India and Sauber this year who had two of the better engines according to common perception.
I´d think buying the Williams hydraulics+gearbox would have done the trick as well ...so HRT did the more efficient move methinks.
the one advantage it(the renault) has:it fits the RedBull gearbox....but then Pull rod was not an advantage as well ...so..it is the change per se that makes them quicker???
I learned in Motorsport not to be too adventureous and NOT change too much at one time,especially when you have limited recources.but who knows.
donskar wrote:At least one other important metric springs immediately to mind -- cooling requirements, where Ferrari (supposedly) has a problem. And isn't it strange that drivability/torque/"power under the curve" (take your pick) wss not mentioned? (Or is the quote incomplete?)
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Blackout wrote:Nice view on the T127:
With a RS27, with is said to be less demanding on fresh air, an ultra compact RBR gearbox, a conventional diffuser and more time to optimise the bodywork, the next Lotus will look superb
The latter, with a simple diffuser, already produces as much DF as the T127 according to mike .
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