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Discussion in 'Racing' started by shrineclown, Nov 27, 2011.
I read that most cars are expected to have the stepped nose. Which makes McLaren's decision to keep a more traditional look interesting. Can't wait for these new cars to hit the track.
Very curious to see how Newey interprets the new regulation about the height of the front chassis. Given the rule's dramatic impact on design, I'm surprised that I missed the off-season chatter about it. Was there much?
I didn't see too much outside of the hardcore techie mentions like scarbsF1. Usually in F1 there are ways at adapting to rules changes and then there are way to adapting to rules changes. When looking at the Ferrari and Force India interpretations, I'm not expecting much from the season. The fact the Ferrari is still hanging on to Massa tells me they've written off this season too.
Wasn't it Colin Chapman that said, "if it looks right, it probably is right"? I'm thinking the Ferrari and Force India machines ain't right.
Yeah, I think they say that about airplanes too.
Some of the articles I read basically predicted that other teams would also have the front bump. A popular solution, if true. Wonder if Newey took that route?
Massa? Writing off the season?
Jeeezus those cars are fugly
I guess dead drivers looked "right" to Chapman.
I prefer the Trident..
I read that the current tally is Bent Nose 4 - 1 Straight Nose.
I'm willing to bet Adrian Newey would not built a front end like that, and that his will look more fortunate like the Mclaren.
seems McLaren is either really right... or really wrong (or it really won't matter much).
The Woking crew seems to be making a habit of starting each season on the back foot, with respect to aero developments.
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At least the Red Bull paint job hides its ugly duck bill nose
well it is interesting the Torro Rosso nose is a lot different than the Red Bull.
the red Bull launch though just has renderings & a weird video for now.