I saw a couple of older posts which I wanted to respond to:
If a gearshift is rejected, the driver has to perform the shift again. There is also a limit on the time between the request and the gearshift happening.henry wrote: ↑Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:04 pmKeeping the revs high during braking would seem to be quite a challenge for the timing of gearshifts, with 5 or 6 downshifts in a couple of seconds. I wonder if the drivers “cheat” selecting the next downshift as soon as the previous one is made and relying on oversoeed protection to delay the shift.
So shift delays aren't allowed.
Tony Wright's book about the Ferrari F1-2000 revealed that the throttles on the V10 were operated differently on the left and right banks, with one leading the other, in order to improve driveability. The side that was leading would alternate so that wear in the engine would remain even.saviour stivala wrote: ↑Sun Apr 21, 2019 8:10 pmIf your interpretations of the relationship possibilities between driver throttle/accelerator pedal travel position and the ICE throttle’s butterflies travel position is correct, and allowed by the rules, as I have said, a can of worms would be pushed in front of the teams to open and play with.