Ferrari F138

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Redragon
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zoro_f1 wrote:Sorry to administration of this post if you think it is against the regulation of this thread, but i don't know where to ask. Please remove it and put where you think it is right place... :?

I am curious who and why someone gave me one downvote for this post? It is only a picture which i found it on the net and post it here... no word's were used... it's just one stupid picture which point's on the same part what all are talking about.

What's wrong with that? http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/icq/unknown.gif

Please... give me an explanation and don't abuse the system of voting the post's! http://www.kolobok.us/smiles/artists/ju ... inking.gif

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You got it back from me, the picture is showing clearly the two wholes that Mr G was pointing few pages back on the forum.
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Forza
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F138 - doing some aero runs with diffuser rake this morning
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andrewf1
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better shot of that:
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Forza
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Let's have a closer look at the second picture

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Mr.G
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Few years ago the Ferrari was really bad in the airo field. When McLaren starts with they aerial measuring tool they don't have nothing similar. But now when I looking through the pictures it looks like they have the most advanced measuring tools in the field.
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could just be driver cooling

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BCN T02- day 3

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Mr.G wrote:Few years ago the Ferrari was really bad in the airo field. When McLaren starts with they aerial measuring tool they don't have nothing similar. But now when I looking through the pictures it looks like they have the most advanced measuring tools in the field.
Not really, there is nothing in use at Ferrari that we haven't seen in use at several teams for the past few years now. The Ferrari measuring devices are actually uncannilly similar to Mclaren's in design and construction, as if Pat Fry took them with him when he moved teams. The diffuser rake, the exhaust flow rake etc, they're all identical to what Mclaren was using last year.

A few examples.

http://www.f1technical.net/forum/viewto ... 39998&f=12

http://www.racecar-engineering.com/wp-c ... mp427a.jpg

http://www.racecar-engineering.com/wp-c ... laren1.jpg
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Yes I agree these are more less the same. But what I referring to is the design and accuracy in details.
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Alonso improves to a 1:21.875 on Soft tyres
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Mr.G wrote:Alonso improves to a 1:21.875 on Soft tyres
Please Mr.G car topic is for Things on a car, not it performance or Alonso times.

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Considering it's almost a half second improvement from his Q time last year (about as much as Pirelli state they made the tires faster), it's a solid proof that the car is on the right course...
And they call it a stall. A STALL!

#Aerogimli
#DwarvesAreNaturalSprinters
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richard_leeds wrote:As a general note, there have been a lot of posts about laptimes and "wow Alonso is fast", they have been moved to a better place. For now I mean that literally, but it is tempting to use it as a euphemism :twisted:

Remember the mantra - if it isn't on the car, then it isn't in this thread! :D
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  • Car threads should be about the physical features of the car
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  • We have a special fanboy thread for cheering on your team, prophecies, and trolling :arrow: http://www.f1technical.net/forum/viewto ... f=3&t=7520
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zoro_f1
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thanks for your answer... the same pic is on page 50 but from other member... not from Mr G.

maybe the same member edited his post later and i cannot read 50 pages from start to finish to search all updates of the post's...it is impossible to do that all the time. have you thought about that? :?

and for that i got one downvote from you! thank's folk... i think that you really be careless in the future. if you care like this, than no thanks! Image
Redragon wrote:You got it back from me, the picture is showing clearly the two wholes that Mr G was pointing few pages back on the forum.
I really care. :)
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