#aerogollumturbof1 wrote: YOU SHALL NOT......STALLLLL!!!
While I hope you are correct...I fear that Alfa's midseason slump was more systemic in nature than it was strategic....eg limited resources, sophomoric team execution ( I will never get over that tyre call), Kimi losing the Ferrari hone, etc. As for the Brazil resurgence, that would have been an 8th/9th place finish had it not been for the complete self-destruction from those ahead. IMHO
...and so it beginsWouter wrote: ↑Wed Dec 18, 2019 3:53 pmhttps://www.motorsport-magazin.com/form ... zerstoert/
Alfa fails crash test: chassis destroyed.
After the chassis passed the static crash test in Hinwil last Tuesday, it went to Italy on Wednesday. [Milan]
Chassis number one of the Swiss was completely destroyed there in the dynamic frontal crash test.
Alfa now has to work hard on chassis number two.
Experts assume that the failed crash test will throw the team back in the development plan for about three to four weeks.
The important thing is 'how' it failed, which we are not being told. If it is simply outside the limit of deflection, not a problem, but if it involves 'curves not meeting the calculated strength' or similar, or shattering of some sort it could be very time expensive.saviour stivala wrote: ↑Mon Dec 23, 2019 9:40 pmI couldn't understand the fuss about this crash-test fail. its not like its happened for the first time.