Sevach wrote: ↑
Wed Feb 19, 2020 8:20 pm
For what it's worth today it looked like the rear was the problem rather than the front.
So this new FW, front suspension and the small changes to tuning vanes and nose might've done the trick even better than Ferrari expected.
It's not just about the FW. It's about the entire car and how all of its parts work in connection with each other. Problems at the rear may be exclusively due to problems at the front, because the front of the car is not getting enough air to the diffuser, for example.
I am not saying that is the problem; I didn't watch testing from today. I thought most people felt the front wing of last year's Ferrari was a problem in terms of getting down force to the back of the car, or getting the right tire temperatures, or both.
I thought Ferrari was waiting all last year to finally get to the offseason to be able to build a new car that yes---mimicked what Mercedes was doing because the Mercedes was faster in corners and that's where the Ferrari suffered. And they weren't going to fix that last year during the season b/c the problem was designed into the car.
That's where I'm coming from. And by the way, we are all F1 fans here. Does everyone everywhere on the internet have to have a snarky, douchey, argumentative take to things?
How about treating one another civilly?