bhallg2k wrote:If it's not my hologram projector - hey, it wouldn't be illegal - I agree that it's for KERS/driver cooling, simply because the truth behind a mystery is rarely as sexy as you want it to be.
bhallg2k wrote:You know what they say, "Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery." And Red Bull is doing a wonderful impression of Ferrari.
I wonder if the slot could be an ATM.
radosav wrote:article about FW F-Duct
hardingfv32 wrote:radosav wrote:article about FW F-Duct
This article is discredited by the fact that the rules clearly state that a nose tip inlet can only be for driver cooling.
hardingfv32 wrote:OK, then what is your understanding of how the flow is controlled or varied into the inlet as shown in the article?
hardingfv32 wrote:3.7.8 Only a single section, which must be open, may be contained within any longitudinal vertical
cross section taken parallel to the car centre line forward of a point 150mm ahead of the front
wheel centre line, less than 250mm from the car centre line and more than 125mm above the
Any cameras or camera housings approved by the FIA in addition to a single inlet aperture for
the purpose of driver cooling (such aperture having a maximum projected surface area of
1500mm2 and being situated forward of the section referred to in Article 15.4.3) will be exempt
from the above.
Out of curiosity what do you think they are talking about in the first sentence? I have a hard time converting their words into images.
1.21 Open and closed sections :
A section will be considered closed if it is fully complete within the dimensioned boundary to which it is referenced, if it is not it will be considered open.
Tozza Mazza wrote:What confuses me, is that there is a whopping great bulkhead in between the nose inlet and the driver, meaning 0% of that air would get to the driver anyway :?
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