Yes. Yamauchi asked Newey (probably incl. some RB staff) to conceptualize the fastest circuit racer a driver could handle, using existing technology. Interesting because this was an established F1 engineering director essentially given a loosened rulebook. Had FIA steered a different course, had the formula been freer during its history, something like this may have resulted. This is an automotive sculpture drawn from scratch, by someone who well understands motorsport engineering. The shapes we see are not mandated angles, curvatures, nor lengths, as with the current F1 and FE cars.mzso wrote: ↑Mon Apr 18, 2022 6:51 pmIs this the RB X2010 retextured to many liveries?
I think the front wheels could be enhanced. Since the covering are not part of, or connected to the chassis, it should cover the wheels from the outer side as well similarly to the rear, and it would rotate with the wheel.
What would Brawn, Todt, Toet, etc, produce with a similarly blank slate? By the same token: What sort of 'spec' look would contemporary F1 cars have had Newey been at the helm of the FIA?