My general impression from looking through the information is that for many elements the team knew that something would need to be accommodated in the space but they weren't sure exactly how big it was, where its connections would be or exactly how much cooling it would need. Therefore they designed a space / cooling capability that would definitely be sufficient. No doubt by the time they did know it was too far into the lead time to take advantage of the fact.ScrewCaptain27 wrote:Makes sense I suppose, but I'm still quite surprised by some of the design choices.mrluke wrote:You also don't know when Caterham actually got access to the final design information for the Renault PU. Considering their financial status I imagine negotiations were lengthy!
Looks like a bare engine block to me. Definitely an official file, got it from Mr. Thomas' Twitter page this morningFacts Only wrote:I assumed that's a de-sensitisef model with the internal detail removed? If not I'm very surprised that they sent it out to a team.
Yes.roon wrote:The oil coolers appear as large or larger than the water coolers. This seems unique to the current formula.
In the 4th image, above the coil spring: What do ASCA & HALS stand for? Was this remote suspension element?
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