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Discussion in 'Racing' started by g®eg, Nov 27, 2012.
Flo Viz everywhere!
good shot of the Lotus exhaust & cross-over tunnel
interesting tea-tray support on the Lotus:
lots of buzz about that
any of you have any idea on where can i download the test reports? i think skysports is doing a daily report ( Ted Kravitz ) ( here we dont have any info on F1... so i have to relie on internet.
i tried RFM and fishy but nothing so far...
thanks in advance
TV coverage here in the States is non-existent too... until the season starts anyway.
Currently I rely on twitter and a couple of good bloggers:
thank you for your answer!!!
check this out.... http://www1.skysports.com/formula-1...a-test-live-and-in-3D-from-28-Feb-to-3-March-
this is gonna be huge!!:
hmm.. it didn't work like that in the computer...
link to best of day three HERE
good discussion of Flo Viz here LINK
the new Ferrari is HOT!
Too much afterburner!
these teams are good at selling themselves
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Ross Brawn knows driver feedback. One suspects that of all Michael Schumacher's strengths, a good working relationship with his engineers was within shouting distance of the top of the list.
Read Brawn's words about his first test with Hamilton, after Hamilton said the car had less downforce than last year's McLaren. Think Brawn's ready to retire again?
That was pretty cool. Thanks
Agreed. Great to see the effort that goes into making one small carbon-fibre component.
Given Ross is probably the best tactician in F1, Hamilton winning him over is major. We'll see if they can build a consistent car but I'm betting they win a few races this year.
be interesting to see how Merc does.
I suspect they will match last year with one win, and Hamilton will get quickly frustrated by seeing Button & Perez doing well.
in other news...
and that would be.... Rory Byrne
bodes well for the prancing horse no?
good bit on passive drag reduction systems
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article link HERE
speaking of Lewis & Merc...
I'm sure Byrne will help.
However, I think Schumi's success at Ferrari was the result of two things.
First, a team of men who were more than the sum of their parts. Call it chemistry, synergy, whatever you like, the group that Michael assembled excelled.
Second, the exclusive relationship with their tire supplier. It gave Ferrari a huge edge.
When Montezemolo fired Schumacher and all the Anglos in an attempt to take the team back for the Italians, he made a ridiculous blunder that he's been trying to fix ever since, one hire at a time.
I tend to think it will be a long time before Ferrari will assemble another team the likes of Schumacher, Todt, Brawn, Byrne et al.
When I read those quotes, I didn't sense that Hamilton had won him over. The opposite, more like Hamilton was a huge pain in the ass. That's why I posted it. It's always better to hear than to read. Words like "be a part of the problem or the solution" look very passive-agressive on paper. But I could be wildly wrong, they may have sounded completely different in person.
and a nose comparo....