F1 » Virgin 'buoyant' after good final day


Virgin Racing ends first F1 test on a positive note with Lucas di Grassi completing over 50 laps in the VR-01.

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Frank G

February 14, 2010 4:33 PM

Not bad for being their first real testing day with a rookie driver, a new team and first car designed entirely via computer aided software, eh?
hope this shuts the mouth of some critics...
Give them some time!

107SS2009

February 14, 2010 6:44 PM

Frank G, yours is the first correct description of the computer help/use to design the car, there was a hell of a mix up on here about CAD being the thing for designing/arriving at the aero part/shape of the car, the proper name of the tool/program is CFD for short “computational fluid dynamics”

andrew mac

February 14, 2010 8:58 PM

I wonder how long Branson will keep investing in the team if they don't perform well?

The only team I don't really care for is McLaren. Not a big fan of the fake "Lotus" either. But ferrari are my team even if they have lost the plot recently by putting Alonso in one of their cars.

I hope Virgin do well though.

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