GhostF1 wrote: ↑
Thu Feb 01, 2018 6:07 am
iotar__ wrote: ↑
Thu Feb 01, 2018 3:03 am
Raleigh wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 28, 2018 9:49 pm
Haas started out running a 100% Ferrari suspension, all the purchased suspension components brake ducts etc, the same brembo brakes, everything except the wheels were identical (Haas chose to CNC machine their own copies of the OZ Racing wheels Ferrari runs), they simply couldn't get the brakes set up right.
Last year Haas started experimenting with Carbon Industries brakes to try and solve their woes, can't remember if they stuck with Carbon Industries or went back to Brembo.
If the Ferrari suspension is falling short anywhere it would be in comparison to Mercedes and Red Bull.
- That's not true and that's the very gist of the problem. Educate yourself before posting.
- Neither is every other pseudo technical conclusion ("set up problems" as opposed to technical characterictics including material failure) that followed and preceded this statement in this and other (Haas) thread.
GhostF1 wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:11 pm
Whatever issues they have, they aren't as bad as it's been made out to be. It is only Romain. They mentioned "Romain's driving style is what they are trying to get the brakes setup for". That's probably the most they can say before he has a tantrum. And that speaks louder than anything else, it is definitely not all hardware related.
A. See above.
B. Would it be possible to back up this number with any data? It would speak even louder than empty claims
BTW whatever happened to simlarly empty claims from Sky experts about special/perfect/different suspension by Haas courtesy of former Lotus "desinger" (2016)?
Do you even watch the races??? I don't need to provide data for anyone to know it is Romain with a large majority of the brake issues.
- The point is that you (I'm guessing didn't check) and others were babbling in multiple posts in two threads based on a false premise (Haas = Ferrari = the same) and drawing idiotic conclusions. Tried to help you.
- So once again: brakes and problems ralated to them were not the same. Nevermind the fact that Ferrari didn't have any
- Haas or no Haas: looking for suspension and set up problems in a car that dominated not only Mercedes but Red Bull on every low (mid) speed track is weird. As if comparing two teams and cars so far from each other wasn't weird enough.