Tzk wrote: ↑
Sat Mar 09, 2019 8:18 am
My understanding is that they've been using the hydraulic damper for a while, but the excessive squatting is new. I'm a bit torn if this is just a very soft heave element or if they managed to squat the rear on the straights.
Hydraulic dampers like on regular road cars? Why is this seen as special? lol
For road cars, off the top of my head, you have regular old hydraulic (oil) dampers, gas dampers, and fancy magneto theological fluid.. you can route the fluid however you want it.. keep it all int he damper body or route it to another changer or some other device. The FRICS system was infamous for inter-connecting front and rear dampers. I am not sure what you guys are referring to this time though, but whatever Ferrari has it would be nothing new.