0.4sec from camber adjustment? Where on earth did you pull that figure from? Seems pretty wishful to me.ESPImperium wrote:Pretty much. Whitch over a race, could have a massive effect on race pace, asuming fuel loads were constant, you could see an improvement of 4 tenths or more over a race distance, but since fuel levels arnt, it could be worth a heck of alot more.
In terms of the downforce being applied directly to the unsprung portion of the car, I suspect you'd be willing to sacrifice a lot of effieciency for outright force.hollus wrote:This is a high res (right click to zoom) from Valencia. There is a similar one just above.
The brake flip-ups are very interesting, with abrupt ends. The top one looks almost like a parallelogram. They prefer to use up to the last millimeter allowed in the regulations rather than giving it an aerodynamic profile at the edges.
tok-tokkie wrote:What does article 5.5.3 state? Seems odd to me that they can not have different maps for different tracks like Hungary & Monza.
Let's see if they're actually punished. If that decision is upheld by the stewards then the cars will be disqualified from qualifying, like Hamilton was when he ran out of fuel which was a breach of the technical rules, and thus will only be allowed to race at the stewards discretion.alogoc wrote:i am happy to announce that Adrian Newey cheating philosophy is coming to an end!
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