This is the standard procedure in F2. Teams get engines validated by the supplier and the FIA.bill shoe wrote: ↑Mon Jun 25, 2018 4:08 amF2 management responds "Why didn't they (Maini) request a dyno test?". I suppose if the problems showed up on the dyno then they would have been fixed pre-track in the first place? Shouldn't there be a torque sensor or at least a virtual torque sensor on the cars? Why would this need to be resolved with a dyno test?