mmred wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 12, 2020 2:20 am
If you gain on a single lap It s aero for sure
If you gain in wheel cooling It can be aero too
If the car becomes unstable, not faster, in certain condition then i say It Is not a safe system
Do You Always deliberately change the meaning of what people say to you? Bah
If you gain on a single lap it could be tyre management - sometimes we've seen cars fall away at the end of a lap because the tyres have given up.
Wheel cooling can be aero but it's definitely wheel cooling. Wheel cooling benefits tyre performance much more than aero performance, I'd have thought.
If the car became unstable in certain conditions then the team won't run it. If it's not run in those conditions then it's not unsafe.
I have changed no meanings that I am aware of, although I'm guessing you're not a native English speaker which means there may be subtle differences in our understanding of meanings. If that is so, it is not my intention to use that to my advantage in our discussion. We're all here to learn from each other.
(I sent a "congratulations on your engagement" card to some German friends recently. I had to spend some time looking up the correct German phrases for the card - my German is limited to asking for beer, food and a bed for the night!
So I'm aware how working in non-native languages is tricky.)
If you are more fortunate than others, build a larger table not a taller fence.