Yeah I imagine they mean at speed, so probably just too flexible.djones wrote: ↑Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:29 amI guess they have started taking more risks this season, in a hope to finally beat Mercedes.
Understandable really. They are here to sell their exotic road cars and it doesn't look good when year in year out your race team is beat by a company that mainly produce small capacity diesel saloon cars.
On this DRS thing though.... surely how wide it opens is one of the standard FIA tests? It sounds like something very easy to test for. Unless it opens more at speed compared to when its stationary.
Not really. This happens every year, for every team. It's normal for clarifications and checks to be requested towards rival cars.
Almost every GP another part of the Ferrari has been investigated until now. I don't know when was the last time I saw scrutineering with such frequency. Mercedes and RBR seem to really go all out. Either this or only Ferrari's investigations are being published medially?e30ernest wrote: ↑Fri Jun 01, 2018 9:36 amNot really. This happens every year, for every team. It's normal for clarifications and checks to be requested towards rival cars.
On the topic of that DRS flap, I read somewhere that Red Bull was concerned it was opening wider than it should while the car was moving at speed.