shelly wrote:gazzetta says "capo aerodinamico" - they seem to have fallen in the same misunderstanding as omnicorse (maybe the same person gave the hint to the two journalists while attending the fiorano event).
Usually you have head of aero, to whom head of cfd and head of wt report. Under head of wt you have several team leaders, who manage small groups of junior and senior aerodynamicists. So head of aero and team leader are two very differnt roles. Sometimes in hierarchy between head of wt and team leaders there are group leaders (es front, rear).
To see who is head of aero at mclaren now, check mylink above. To check the other role, try googling "aero team leader mclaren" or "aero team leader *team*" to see multiple answers. Or check the always good Peter Wright book on ferrari to get a 2000 scheme of hierarchy, which is old but some how representative.
Omnicorse and gazzetta often have good hints and info, but do not make the little internet effort needed to get them right and give correct news.
Teechnical wrote:I'm probably being clinical but I don't think we have te pace to qualify higher than 7th or 8th.
And betting anything that Vettel will be on pole. The Redbull is fast again-.-
Scalex wrote:DO you think Ferrari is actually better on race pace?
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