Yeh, even if they bolted all the parts from an RB7 on there, it would still suck... Wait, no.TzeiTzei wrote:No matter what upgrades they bolt on to it, the car is simply crap. Lucky for them there are only five races left.
I was refering to the upgrades they have produced this season. To me they don't seem to have made any difference to the car's performance.beelsebob wrote:I *hate* this fallacious reasoning that there's such a thing as a car that can't be improved by upgrading it.
Some of the necessary upgrades may be big, the team may not have money to design/test/make upgrades, but this is not the same as "that car can't be improved".
That was preseason testing though I believe, so you can cut them some slack there. Virgin are expanding quite a bit for next year and a partnership with McLaren will help them out.wesley123 wrote:I think it is just the inexperience of the team that is the problem.
The car's building quality also isnt at its best, for example, the picture of the top of the page, you can clearly see the strakes bond to the diffuser surface. Although these are details it requires improvement. Give Virgin time and I am sure they can come out as a good team. I still see more potential at Virgin then at Team Lotus.
Arent all sims and computer models limited to how powerful they can be?ESPImperium wrote: The MVR-03 was designed for the first part of its early life in the new (former) Wirth Research CFD facility that was the most powerful untill Renault updatad theirs a few months back.
No, an better supercomputer of course can generate better results because more information can be inserted. Of course tihs is still dependant of the software running on these supercomputers. But the point is -> more computing power -> better outcoming results. Then I dont take software errors etc. in caution.JohnsonsEvilTwin wrote:Arent all sims and computer models limited to how powerful they can be?ESPImperium wrote: The MVR-03 was designed for the first part of its early life in the new (former) Wirth Research CFD facility that was the most powerful untill Renault updatad theirs a few months back.
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