I thought the article was about air exiting radiators. And Merc does seem a bit cleaner in that area.trinidefender wrote:What a load of ****. All of the teams have the intake to their radiators ducted so that there is nothing else in the way of the radiators apart from a straight duct from the front of the sidepods to the radiators. After the radiators have an almost clear shot to the rear end of the car and you can see on all the cars that most components have fairings over them with the exhausts being probably the only things being exposed.Morteza wrote:http://s8.postimg.org/mqfn781h1/W05.png
Does GA write to fornula1.com?trinidefender wrote:I think this was posted because GA is trying to pinpoint specific parts of the car that somehow make the Mercedes so quick instead of admitting that it is in fact the whole sum of well designed parts that make the car quick. But of course that is boring to say as it is much more interesting to say the Merc is so quick because of these few things. If it were that simple then every car would be that quick, the designers and engineers aren't idiots.
He has the nicest helmet of all the current F1 drivers, I like his taste! That could be a iconic helmet design in the future.markn93 wrote:That's Pascal Werhlein.Owen.C93 wrote:Hamilton is probably looking sideways for a reason. It's usually about wind tunnel validation.
For our remarkable insights and assistance in development, presumably?MercAMGF1Fans wrote:Pascal set his fastest lap on the new development supersoft pirelli tyre, also they did test a new rear wing upper element.. can't show the pictures as i wasn't allowed to take any.. and Merc do check this thread Hello Mercedes
https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10 ... 7001402397
Armchair engineers hahaha yeah.. from what I was told.. somethings are "too accurate"NewtonMeter wrote:
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