Interesting. It isn't mine.Moore77 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:54 pmAll of it, yes.Lock2nl wrote: ↑Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:40 pmIs this your personal experience?Moore77 wrote: ↑Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:20 pmWhen the cars were going multiple seconds slower than the best possible time in dry, a front wing adjustment gone wrong doesn't make a great difference. Even if it had an impact on tyre life, it still wasn't such a big parameter in such conditions. He missed the opportunity and couldn't recover back with new inters as they took eons to heat up, like everyone else's.
Maritimer wrote: ↑Sun Nov 22, 2020 10:59 amWould seem to me saying oh we switched from right to left hand threads on the adjusters cannot account for such a discrepancy in the angle they ended up with. You would have to triple the lead on the screw to get three degrees when you wanted one, which is certainly something that could get lost playing telephone passing down info from the design office to the tech on track.
I'm not sure how the internet topic police work sorry.
Sounds like you're being the police. I just gave you my opinion of that discussion.nzjrs wrote: ↑Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:06 pmI'm not sure how the internet topic police work sorry.
Would you prefer we check with you before we start discussing topics, or is it OK if we stop after receiving our first warning?
Marko's interview: https://m.oe24.at/sport/motorsport/lewi ... /455422305ÖSTERREICH24: Were you able to achieve anything during your visit to the Honda factory [in Japan]?
Marko: We haven't made a decision yet, but at the beginning of December we should know in which direction we are headed. The existing regulations are too expensive and too complicated. If the FIA wants new engine manufacturers, it has to be simpler and cheaper. If we continue with Honda (the Formula 1 commitment will end at the end of 2021, d. Ed.), Then that will only work if the current regulations are frozen beyond 2021 and we only need service work.