raksf1 wrote:force india will outperform williams.....
- ..before Hulkenberg gets his start collision, every time he qualifies high something happens (although he almost caused one in Japan). You could see he was cautious in USA and still Vettel managed to clip him
- Track: From '15 I remembered straights and chicanes, probably different but felt a bit like Nurburgring.
Altitude: https://www.formula1.com/en/latest/feat ... quote]“The
turbo revolution does become higher at high altitudes, which means that the turbocharger must be of good quality and performance,” Honda’s engineers tell us, “but also the RPM of the compressor (MGU-H) is pulled higher along with the turbocharger and therefore loses regenerative efficiency.
“The engine will suffer the least,” observes Paul Monaghan, chief engineer - car engineering at Red Bull Racing. “All the other air-dependent systems, whether it’s brake cooling, engine cooling, gearbox, are going to struggle. In terms of running the car, we’re got to work with less air.”
The result will be a car more ‘opened up’ than usual, running maximised cooling packages.
, they dominated but I thought it was a track where Ferrari were closer on pace than usual. Should be closer in '16.