Very cool. I'm looking forward to testing the ride heights.
Anyway, the rims are still relatively flat. On the top of this image are Alfa Romeo wheels from last year, on the bottom MVRC.
Notice the depth of the sculpt around the wheel nut.
Also, the new MVRC gearbox (in yellow) doesn't fit into last year's Alfa Romeo chassis (as well as last year's MVRC cars).
Design freedom suffers from it, as well as our ambition to reach F1 performance.
LVDH wrote: ↑
Fri Mar 31, 2023 6:32 pm
I am open to data proving that we are on the wrong side.
You might have guessed F1 cooling requirements perfectly, but not allowing wide cooling outlets at the same time is a dissonance.
In other words, our narrow rulebox cuts 10% of the cooling capacity, so why don't we have 10% lower cooling requirements?
Then, again, there's the fact that F1 teams have armies of engineers to satisfy such cooling requirements while keeping an elegant bodywork. We don't. So if you want to see elegant/realistic bodyworks in MVRC, you should lower the cooling requirement.