F1 » REVEALED: Post-qualifying F1 car weights in Valencia


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2Pac - Unregistered

August 22, 2009 8:48 PM

kind of explains why hamilton was so keen not to complete his lap and pulled into the pits. the swb car doesn't seem to be an advantage here, but like you say FooAtari being in front and able to make a gap could be the key to victory.

Robsy - Unregistered

August 22, 2009 9:05 PM

The Brawns still appear to function better when under a fuel load than when light. I can only assume this is a delibate design feature originating with Ross.

rob01

August 22, 2009 9:54 PM

Correct supasaxon.. Ross's first changes took the car in the WRONG direction. I think the car is flat. They do not have the money to advance the product that was gifted them.

229

August 22, 2009 10:07 PM

''They do not have the money to advance the product that was gifted them.''

They have been faster than Red Bull all weekend, does that mean that Red Bull have no money as well?

FooAtari .

August 22, 2009 11:51 PM

Come on guys. It can't be coincidence that the first car Honda/Brawn GP produce after Brawn went to the team was fast out of the box. He was Honda long enough to lead the design of this years car which would have been underway before Honda announced they were leaving. It also can't be coincidence that they had been at the back of the grid for a couple of years before Brawn went to the team

As long as Brawn has been in F1 his cars have been at the front of the grid. He is bloody good at what he does.

TexasChizzy - Unregistered

August 23, 2009 12:37 AM

Totally agree with FooAtari.
Ross is the guiding force to making the "Honda" quick.
Pity Brawn lost their way recently. Spa will be cold compared to Valencia.
Still surprised by the McLaren come back though.

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