I believe they did it in the early days (when you even could swap drivers) but in the modern days, yes.Andres125sx wrote: ↑Sun May 03, 2020 11:21 amYesterday I watched next gp to Zanvoort 82 wich I watched past week and really enjoied, British GP at BrandHatch. Not bad, but far from the previous.
But there was something wich made me think. Walker and Hunt talked about a strategy Nelson Piquet tried, soft tires and low fuel to stop mid-race to change tires and top up the fuel tank. They said if it would work it would be a game changer in motorsport, so I assume none had refueled before, is that right?
He was building a great gap with 20seconds before lap 20, but then the 1.5 turbo BMW into his Brabham decided that was not the day
Was that really first attempt ever for refuelling?
With some googleling there are funny and almost disturbing facts shares by Gordon Murray himself how the rig worked.