3) Other than fuel economy and the throttle to pedal interface, what would be the advantage of changing the engine map? There is no reason to have a different map for low rpm's. The average lap does not see low rpm's. One map could have the correct optimization for both high and low rpm's.
FIA wrote:SV: I did, but to be honest, my initial launch was not 100 per cent. I probably had problems to really start going, you feel that inside the car. It’s hard to wait then and I was probably a bit too aggressive later on. You can’t use KERS straight away, you have to wait until you reach 100kph, so I saw that I immediately lost a position to Jenson, which wasn’t nice and then Lewis behind.
HampusA wrote:I´ve heard that since ABS is illegal, the teams tell the engine to give some more power either when the rears lock or just before so it´s impossible to lock the rears.
Truth or insanity?
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