MarkedOne8 wrote:This classic type of exhaust used by Lotus takes less power from engine.Some people talked at the start of the winter testings how remowing blown exhausts gives engines more power - about 15-20 horse power.I understand it is important for engine to have uninterupted flow of exhaust gases.It helps the engine to "brath", and flow of exhaust gases is easily released and it is faster.They are big team now.We have seen that this guys can act strange sometimes when it comes to strategy, but I think they know what are they doing with the exhaust.But, I would like to see Lotus E20 with beam wing exhaust vs Lotus E20 with (example) McLaren or Sauber style exhaust.I think that E20 with beam wing exhaust is more powerful.
One more thing.Grosjean tested both days, Kimi did no testing.I hope this will not make problem for Kimi in therms of settuping the car.We know what happened at Ferrari these days.
MarkedOne8 wrote:Some people talked at the start of the winter testings how remowing blown exhausts gives engines more power - about 15-20 horse power...
“Our principal aim at Mugello was to answer some fundamental questions regarding the suspension layout for the car. By this I don’t just mean a spring or a roll bar, but comparing one complete suspension architecture to another to establish whether we’re on the right path with the layout of our car. We were able to answer the questions that had been bugging us for a while and we are able to find some improved configurations for the car.”
The early fruits from the wind tunnel tests, will be bolted on for the first time during Spanish GP practice, “Barcelona will see the first tranche of the Windshear upgrades, accompanied by a selection of new parts stemming from our normal tunnel development programme. The package will include revised versions of the front and rear drums, the front wing and the floor. None of these parts were used in Mugello.”
Huntresa wrote:Might be internal stuff for the different suspensions, as we have heard before this season that they have done alot of stuff with the internal aero and internal parts overall.
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