imightbewrong wrote:I might be wrong on that though.
Fabi1111 wrote:Why do the cars in 2011 and maybe 2012 have no F-Duct (i mean the F-Duct from 2010, not the Front-wing-f-Duct, which is called W-Duct - i think .
Okay, the FIA do changed the rules and now the driver can´t do anything with his hands, just drive, but what is with a passive F-Duct, which Mercedes had in 2010?
Okay we have DRS, but you will have a so much better straight-line-speed in the races, that must be enough to install it?
So why not?
P.S: I hope you can´t understand everything. My english isn´t so good... Sorry
imightbewrong wrote:You don't need the shark fin.
RB7ate9 wrote:Supposedly Mercedes has some passive F-duct system (not W-duct, but an F-duct). Would it be possible to have ducts coming through the rear-wing endplates? Ejecting high energy air either above to stall or below to improve grip?
beelsebob wrote:imightbewrong wrote:You don't need the shark fin.
How else do you duct air to the slot in the rear wing in a controlled manner?
beelsebob wrote:No, this would break rule 3.10.1, as you'd get 2 cross sections in the end plate.
beelsebob wrote:I'm not sure what this has to do with F-ducts.
RB7ate9 wrote:beelsebob wrote:No, this would break rule 3.10.1, as you'd get 2 cross sections in the end plate.
I am trying to read the regulation and it's, naturally, a little hard to visualize. Does this mean that the cross-section must be uniform (i.e. no hollow end plates?)
RB7ate9 wrote:Thanks for the clarification. The more you know
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