digitalrurouni wrote: ↑
Fri May 10, 2019 12:59 pm
It's great Ferrari introduced an upgraded PU - but as an armchair novice I would like to point out that's not where their problem lies. I was honestly expecting a bigger update from Ferrari in terms of aero but especially front suspension to bring the challenge to Mercedes.
Their updates were introduced in 2 steps which might give the impression of a lack of upgrades.
Changes to bargeboard, floor, diffuser, front wing, rear wing and engine cover are a solid number of upgrades, I would say. You don’t need to go for revolutions, if you’re aware of the potential of your car, but for evolutions and little tweaks to address the issues.
As for the suspension, they seem to have the intention of first testing it in Barcelona testing after the GP.