jjn9128 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 06, 2022 1:52 pmFW17 wrote: ↑Thu Jan 06, 2022 12:55 pmFE cars are also GE cars
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Much closer to F1 2022 than Indycar which really does not have a inlet section
I’d say formula Es closer to indycar and f2 than the f1 tunnels. It’s flat before the diffuser.
I personally can't follow indycar, because they have made the rules so simple purely for entertainment purposes. I watch F1 because I like the intricacies of cutting edge design and engineering, not because i want to see random individual who happens to be in the right place at the right time winning races (cough cough 2012 Maldonado).
If you can follow it. It's f-ing exclusive now that it cannot be watched anywhere... And I'm not about torture myself with illegal internet streams, especially from America with 8 minutes of advertisement for every five minutes of racing. I did it once, it was enough. Same damn Silverado commercial 10 times in a single hour.
Are you sure? Looking at the image below, it looks like you could do it, perhaps not to an extreme.
Ah interesting, I'm guessing it's this triangle that prevents this:
Like the floor there is a minimum planform area to which the wing must conform, the triangular(ish) shape of RS-FW-PROFILES (red below) must be hidden by the front wing.
3.9.1k would make that particular shape difficult I think - minimum radius of 200mm on the trailing edges when projected in planview.