Agree'd Ray....For far too long the FIA have gone year after year to reduce lap times.....sometimes with non-sensicle regulations. I'd like to see innovation back in F1 and performance differentiators, ie engines which may be developed throughout the season. That gives teams/engine manufactures the ability to level out the field with developements to their weak areas and others improving all in all making things spicier.raymondu999 wrote:Throttle control I'd imagine will be a lot more crucial in 2014. With peakier (I think?) power thanks to the turbo, and with less downforce.
I'm all for better car/throttle control, but I'm not crazy of laptimes going slower
And still every designer they have interviewed so far is saying next years caars will be totally different, and not just cause the new engines.WilliamsF1 wrote:The resent WMSC ruling was for the same chassis/aero configuration as this year with a lower nose. Everything else is to remain same.