Shrieker wrote:Is it me, or does Vettel in the RB8 look noticably earlier on the throttle out of the last corner compared to Hamilton in the MP4-27 ?
beelsebob wrote:bonjon1979 wrote:Both Red Bull and Mclaren looking lovely and planted in this video.
Great shot of the Mclaren at 10.40, wing is very low to the ground.
Indeed, the RBR and McLaren seem to be doing very nicely there. It really rather gives some cause for concern about the Torro Rosso though – they seem to be really struggling for rear grip.
Shrieker wrote:Crucial_Xtreme wrote:Over 13 minutes of Jerez footage.
Judging by that, the RB8 and the E20 definitely retain some amount of off throttle (overrun ?) blowing, not as prominent as the W02, but still quite clear through the chicane. The F2012 -not so much- (if any), and the MP4-27 seems to retain NONE at all...
Nice vid and thanks for posting btw.
CHT wrote:I think thats the characteristic of renault engine including Williams and Caterham.
myurr wrote:CHT wrote:I think thats the characteristic of renault engine including Williams and Caterham.
They still shouldn't be able to do it this year unless they are exploiting a loophole. Hopefully the FIA will crack down on this, if it is the case that they are still cold blowing.
Robbobnob wrote:I doubt that they would choose to run such a system that would IMO have a considerably higher back pressure
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