Jolle wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 14, 2020 9:47 pm
Zynerji wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 14, 2020 9:43 pm
Jolle wrote: ↑
Tue Jul 14, 2020 9:09 pm
My prediction how refueling will go:
Mercedes will be near perfect, like clockwork, 95% of the time, predicable, boring, fast.
RedBull will gamble a lot, "win" the other 5% and be hailed as the perfect strategists and that refueling works
Ferrari's will run out of fuel on track
You forget the rest of my Formula tho!!!
Run anything that you want within the formula, as long as you opensource the design before the event. Hopefully with lots of media dissemination following to drive interest and eyeballs to the race. And it would remove 100% of all grey areas. The manufacturers could then move their tech to their road car production as they are not protecting development secrets that cost them billions with no return. I know not many believe in this system, but I must say that, for a living, I disseminate companies into their intrinsic mechanisms, synergize the routes from sourcing to delivery for maximum throughput, and I self balance the pay structures to hyper-align "what is best for the company" and "what is best for the employee". I promise you, it would work, and it would become a Platinum Age.
So.... anything goes? so... uhm... movable wings, giant turbo and multi compound tires?
So I can design a car that follows the leader and blast past them on the last corner with 9G?
Must stay within the current Formula.
So, cant break the limiting aero boxes, engine concept, or safety systems, but anything within them is 100% allowed.
On Thursdays, teams upload all data to a Cloud that Media subscribers could use to drive articles going into Friday, and Fan Access opening after Qualifying through a F1TV subscription. No scrutineering needed, no reverse engineering budgets, no protests. And a team could literally build any competitors car, and fork development from there. The closeness would be spec-like, but the cars would still be bespoke to their teams.
Just common sense, self balancing systems that maximize fan interest, media interaction, track visitors, team development budgets (Minimum cap instead of maximum) and add value to the F1 brand.