Note – I didn't say identical, I said very very similar. I've not seen the wording of the concorde agreement, but I can imagine that selling a lot of aero data on which shapes work well would be well within the rules, even though saying "our car looked like this, do this" would clearly not be.Petroltorque wrote:That would be in direct contravention to the concorde agreement. I'm sure the teams would challenge their car.
Hmm maybe Mclaren searching s test "bunny" team? All sort colaborations are good for teams developmend...miqi23 wrote:Marussia racing has a technical partnership with Mclaren racing and from what I know it involves Mclaren teaching Marussia how to design fast cars aerodynamically. In return, Marussia will teach Mclaren how to do CFD their way.
Marussia use the Mclaren wind tunnel so I do not see why Mclaren have not disclosed most of the good stuff!
How do you actually mean with this? As i now Mclaren alredy reinforced his own company financial source! They make totaly new factory, they produce own products. So Mclaren brand step in the new dimension!Javert wrote: Financial crisis for McL or are they getting new blood?
Low dash bulkheads, a feature I expect to see on all 2012 cars, to avoid the horrific aero killing noses many seem to think we are getting in 2012 (WE'RE NOT!)raymondu999 wrote:I really wasn't sure where else I could have posted this - but yeah.
raymondu999 wrote:Tozza - what are you referring to with "aero killing" noses?