Maybe, but i don't remember the reasoning for the low noses anyway (yeah, i know, not launching cars into the air but how exactly would they solve that issue)? That always sounded counterintuitive to me, did it actually solve a problem? I've seen more than a handful of cars being launched in the air or gliding ontop of another car anyway, most of the times the wheels where the biggest offender for launching cars into the air but i think the lower nose was involved in a couple (like, low nose under the "opponents" wheel thus raising the car up into the air or ontop of a car).Manoah2u wrote: ↑Thu Jul 20, 2017 7:31 pmSo.......since FIA claimed the nose shapes have been mandated to be like they are, causing the idiotic platypus, phallus, thumb etc. shapes the past years, because of SAFETY reasons,
to prevent in case of contact, that another car slides on top of the tub and then smashes the driver's head to pulp......we can assume now that we can see a return of high noses and
that rule can be scratched?
Apart from wheel wires, it seems like most of FIA "security" improvements have had very diminishing returns/improvements.