F1 » Campos Meta cockpit passes FIA F1 homologation tests


F1 2010 debutant Campos Meta confirms that it is arguably the most advanced of next season's grand prix newcomers, as the cockpit of its Dallara-built chassis passes the latest FIA homologation tests

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theyank

November 24, 2009 2:17 PM

rob01 - from what little I've seen of Anderson, I don't think the guy is dumb. Numb or indifferent to the potential fan base...Yeah, Big Time. Maybe when I get to know the guy better I may have a different opinion. As for Windy :(

rob01

November 24, 2009 2:40 PM

To let Windsor be the mouth piece lends me to believe Anderson is as nuts as Windsor. Anderson is the guy that has carried a lap top with an F1 car model. He has updated it every year for the last 5 to keep up with current regs. I have never seen a lap top on the grid so this may be the first.

Racingbod - Unregistered

November 24, 2009 3:31 PM

JET

Surely it is an important step. the tub plans are off the drawing board, built and tested and they can get on with the rest of the car. if the tub fails and they have to redesign it, that could affect the design of everything attached to it.

Hannah.

November 24, 2009 3:38 PM

yank- that's not very 'Hannah of USF1' like :p

This must be a good sign simply coz it means that they must actually have a car, they also have a driver so from where I'm looking it's looking pretty promising that they will be sitting on the grid come March. But maybe I'm being naive :)

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