Thinking critically that layout Scarbs propsed is a bit pointless. Why would the designers go through all that trouble of looping one duct through the other and he could have done them the regular way and save more space?diffuser wrote: ↑Thu Apr 15, 2021 4:38 pmGonna reply to myself and add some of Blackout's picture to explain what I'm attempting to say ...diffuser wrote: ↑Thu Apr 15, 2021 11:50 amI wonder if the roll hoop was homogenized, therefore, this was the only option to make a change.
I can see where in the 2020 version of this has little space behind the lower hoop air intake rad and the upper hoop tube. I can see that could cause air flow problems on the lower hoop intake. The lower hoop exhaust would also heat the upper hoop tube. The 2021 solution gives us better flow on the lower air intake and a cooler upper intake without changing any of the 2 entries. Maybe, that is all they were trying to do?
And here was this article last year https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/61101/br ... tely-.html
"There is already a team that has reported a cooling problem with their car to us. They can't drive it like that for the next two years.
I beleive that was Renault.... both cars overheated in 2020 Hungry?
So they would have needed tokens to change the Roll hoop air intake. They then decided to make the suspension change with the tokens and went with the new air intake change that didn't need tokens?
That's my Guess anyways.
We can clearily see the "/ \" existed in 2020, it was just further down.
And to borrow Scarb's drawing
I think there is another cooler that Scarbs has missed. I suggest that there is one near the roll hoop that is hidden... There are some small hoses on the right side of the car seeming to go up in that direction.