Red bull has been short wheelbase high rake for a few years.Alexf1 wrote: ↑Wed Jun 26, 2019 7:21 pmHope this is just the beginning of a substantial RB15 development otherwise they need to change the concept I think. They went from superior chassis maker to average in 1 winter with this short wheelbase / high rake concept. Would be a disaster if it turns out to be a dead end street with the simpler front wing rule.
There overall concept was very good at utilising the outwash from the previous front wing rules and also the ability to blow the axles as well. All this seems to of effected the balance of their car quite a bit more than others.
Not particularly lining with this issue but Red Bull kind of was on the same situation on '17 season. They ended up being on par with Merc and even surpassed Ferrari at the end of the season. I kind think they'll unlock a lot after the summer break. However this much depends on Honda as well.Maplesoup wrote: ↑Wed Jun 26, 2019 9:32 pmThere overall concept was very good at utilising the outwash from the previous front wing rules and also the ability to blow the axles as well. All this seems to of effected the balance of their car quite a bit more than others.
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They dont know where the problem is. Let the guessing begin now!.Morteza wrote: ↑Thu Jun 27, 2019 5:29 pmDifferent front wing specs for Austria
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Quite common as the Steering rack is right in the middle of the car so the steering connecting rods have to be long and when turning, they are subject to some movement upwards or downwards when they move in or out. Where in the middle the steering rack is placed affects this movement(as in How High,low,forward or rearward from the Centerline of the front wheels).Marti_EF3 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 27, 2019 1:08 pmThat's possible to change ride height with more or less steering angle? Or it's an optical/load effect
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