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Discussion in 'Racing' started by shrineclown, Nov 27, 2011.
Which part? Some is sarcasm, some opinion...
clean up or he'll get benched....
Lotus to stop development on the "device" for now & work on their version of the coanda exhaust.
gallery link HERE showing the different approaches to exhaust
I know.. i could have posted the huge pictures & made it all easy....
two main sponsors pull out of Korean GP
news story LINK
Another fine weekend of F1 Go Seb
shake it Kimi
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Now I'm going to be singing that all day...
new Lotus exhaust
Different mirrors & fins for Ferrari, may be they are to try the Sauber style flap over the sidepod?
Caterham have the option of two wings with very different flap and endplate treatments
Mercedes have the option of the same wing with or without the cascade winglets
McLaren on its Set up wheels, look under the chassis and you can make out the hatch where the KERS units sit
Mercedes with gills on one side, but not the other side....
Caterham Korea GP briefing.. pretty good
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I'm currently in a hotel in Hanoi. During my trip through Vietnam, I've been able to find Star Sports so I was able to see F1 coverage while here. However, my hotel in Hanoi does not have Star Sports but has the most international collection of channels I've ever seen anywhere.
I have ABC (OZ), TV5 and France 24, TVE (Spain), YTN and KDS (Korea), Trace Sport, True Sports 1 & 4, VTV 1 thru 4 plus 9, Hanoi TV1.
How the hell am I going to see qualifying and the race this weekend? Every time I try to find a bar with the race when I'm traveling, it ends up being a stressful misadventure.
Red Bulls DDRS note the large plate on the end of the flap opening the duct. where the duct exits is still not proven
A lovely clear shot shows how the hydraulic RAM opens DRS, the spring helps it to return to a closed position
McLarens DRS hydraulic pod is about the largest and most streamlined on the grid.
Ferrari, the black area and holes are where the wing can be adjusted for less downfroce, not DDRS
FIF1 have two wing options (neither new) the smaller cascade wing is made in a SLS rapid prototype material
Red bull continue to use Helmholtz chambers attached the exhaust (above the radiator) to improve engine drivabiity
Mercedes again tried their Drag Reduction Device (DRD) similar to the lotus system
Williams are also testing their coanda exhaust, which has been tested since mid season but is yet to race
Williams also painted 'flow viz' on the floor to test with their conventional exhaust
Lotus appear in Korea with a 'coanda' exhaust\sidepod
Lotus coanda exhausts, Aero testing with sensors to map the exhaust flow
I wish this picture was bigger....
translated from the Polish site Motorsport GP
Red Bull seems to be dialed in so far...
in other news....