Petroltorque wrote:You can't throw out the unfavourable times because it biases the figures. By bias I mean a persistent error in the execution or interpretation of the results.
C_Stonehouse wrote:Just read the teams preview; they will be using the Canada Spec wing.
Petroltorque wrote:C_Stonehouse wrote:Just read the teams preview; they will be using the Canada Spec wing.
Seriously? They can't be confident of making the 107% with a normal setup then. Running such a low downforce wing at Spa would mean the car's unbalanced around Rivage, Pouhon, Fagnes and Stavelot. It's not as though the F112 has enough inherent grip to offset the loss of downforce in Sector 2.
wesley123 wrote:Remember last year Red Bull ran a Canada or even Monza wing here, being fastest on the straights. It certainly isnt a wrong choice to make. Low df you gain mainly in S1 and some on S3 but with High df you have your tires lasting longer and you are quicker through S2
wesley123 wrote:Great that they had that much more grip, the idea is still the same.
For the 2011 Red Bull as for the HRT now is the same idea applicable, only with the HRT there is less grip, it is still the same scenario.
This also counts for the HRT in exact the same way
Petroltorque wrote:HRT's Canada spec wing was more of an ultra low downforce wing that one would see at Monza. With a low drag config car I would have thought that more rear stability would be the way to go. I suppose if HRT are worried about qualifying within the 107% that's the way to go but's it quite a handicap to race with.
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