FP2 yesterday was cooler than FP1 and FP3 and Q now. But the general thing is that the operating window is small. Slightly too cold and it's bad, slightly too hot and it's bad.
It would be interesting to see a comparison. To me it looks like this new Mercedes wing flexes way more than others. But if it passed the test, it is good. I wonder if others will try to copy this concept.
Given I have no opinion on the issue. It was the same with Ferrari in Australia and they had the team reinforce the wing and had Sainz go around a bunch of laps with laser measurement for the front wing flexing.GrizzleBoy wrote: ↑Sun May 08, 2022 12:20 am
One session (FP2) does not a season make!AA_2019 wrote: ↑Fri May 06, 2022 11:41 pmCan we conclude the new front wing has moved Merc forward a good step.
Yes the low DF rear wing helps but other teams have also adopted the same so it rather helped them not go backwards.
Purpoising still a problem. I’m so jealous of the RB which had virtually no purpoising even in FP2
PS anyone got a link to speed trap info?
The Ferrari does that too, people just aren't looking!