Ferrari's supposed 'twin battery'

All that has to do with the power train, gearbox, clutch, fuels and lubricants, etc. Generally the mechanical side of Formula One.

Is it...

Layout
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42%
Chemistry
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Software
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None of these
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11%
Some of these
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5%
All of these
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11%
 
Total votes: 19

roon
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Ferrari's supposed 'twin battery'

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Any ideas what could it be? I would like to avoid discussions of legality, fairness, and team strategy, if possible.

wuzak
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Re: Ferrari's supposed 'twin battery'

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Ironically, the way you set up the poll one could vote for the top three options and "none of these options" at the same time. :o

J.A.W.
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Re: Ferrari's supposed 'twin battery'

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wuzak wrote:
Thu Jun 14, 2018 3:26 am
Ironically, the way you set up the poll one could vote for the top three options and "none of these options" at the same time. :o
So - W, would you prefer to 'wire' that up.. in parallel, or in series.. or via a reverse polarity shunt-spike? L.O.L...
Dr Moreau sez..
"Who breaks the law... goes back to the House of Pain!"

Greg Locock
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Re: Ferrari's supposed 'twin battery'

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I'd guess two chemistries, one optimised for rapid charging from the regen, the other optimised for whatever you get from the turbo.The idea of using two battery types has been around since at least 1993, if not in F1.