hardingfv32 wrote:This seem like a little chicken or egg question?
The same models used to generate some of the simulator codes are used to optimizes the chassis for a race on a post shaker,etc. Shouldn't the computer be the one setting up the car?
Is this all about seeing if the driver can deal with the computer dictated setup? Dumbing down the setup to reinforce the driver's all important confidence.
I wonder if a driver spends enough time in the simulator, can his confidence grow to accept a setup that initially did not inspire confidence? Instead of simulator it could be called a driver psychology manipulator.
raymondu999 wrote:Mind pointing out the fine tunings?
hardingfv32 wrote:Forgive me if this has been covered before, but what is the purpose of what looks like the top of a small concave diffuser (circled in red) either side of the mounting struts?
elf341 wrote:don't know if it's just me, but I love that photo of Geoff Willis with a look of concern on his face whilst looking at the rear of Nico's car.
Almost like a "wtf is going on here?!" -- he's probably looking at some of MGP's oft-featured heat-dispersion grills. I imagine for an aerodynamicist that would be akin to someone using salotape to fix a broken pair of Oakleys - it ain't cool anymore
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