Diesel wrote:Also, what's tapped on the bottom of the nose in this pic
"As it is at the moment it's the worst formula one car I have ever seen. It doesn't seem like it fits, all the big wings and everything.
"But everyone will get used to it and it's not how it will look in March."
Scotracer wrote:Hmm, that shows that it doesn't allow hotlinking of images, I'm afraid. It worked whilst I posted it but now that I've resent the data, it's blocked it. Bugger.
Nice model though
freedom_honda wrote:"The car has more drag, so it is a bit slower on the straight." Robert Kubica
i thought with all the aero bits gone the new cars should have LESS drag not more?
guy_smiley wrote:its interesting to me how many developments BMW have on their t-car already. they have the new front wing, the new nose, the new rear wing, no flip-ups/bargeboards/t-wings etc., they have slicks, kers, and reshaped sidepods with many different vents for kers. no other team has, so far, so many 2009 components on their interim cars...although:
Kubica: "...We are testing here only a couple of basic things as we have to gather as many data as possible. I really don't know if we will have any advantage thanks to driving a car with changed aero. There is a lot of time till the first race so I reckon all teams will be ready. We are testing new solutions here, but the new car will be totally different. It's hard to say who will be competitive in 2009, it's going to be a big lottery. I expect bigger gaps between the teams, especially in the beginning."
anyway, like i said, i find it interesting that they've many 2009 components already....it makes me wonder about their development compared to other teams...hmmmmm...
Conceptual wrote:Wouldnt the BMW endplate be better served if the wing actually followed the profile of the endplate? Here is a quick model I made to show my point.
http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/z8 ... 4TNfWzBQKA
I simply cannot get the pic in thread thing to work for me...lol
The yellow circle is the part that I am specifically mentioning here.
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