F1 » FIA confirms blown diffuser rules


The FIA confirms the blown diffuser rules that will be used for the remainder of the 2011 F1 season

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blzbub

July 14, 2011 2:35 PM

Ross Brawn has recently stated that he believes Mercedes GP's new exhaust solution will hopefully move them closer to the front, with teams agreeing to not protest these particular developments what will happen if we turn up to the German GP and Mercedes are suddenly the team to beat, hes a clever man is Ross!

Undapakru - Unregistered

July 14, 2011 2:53 PM

What a shame on F1! FIA played with the rules to help Ferrari win their aniversary race in Silverstone? Publicity stunt... Ridiculous!
I don't see a Ferrari victory this year if they go back to Valencia setting, unless Alonso really outdrives the car or Vettel cracks!

Skidmarks

July 14, 2011 9:12 PM

So rules are now fixed. Wonder for how long? If Fia told me grass was green i'd have to in outside and check, then go check again in 5 minutes to make sure they hadn't changed their minds. Jokers.

Okay okay okay, for all those who are (or will be) saying that ferrari's recent form is from the diffuser Saga please do shut up. Ferrari were particularly fast ( the fastest ) in the middle sector in silverstone the only sector requires no braking at all. The blown diffuser is used to help braking stability and traction out of corners, so please think before posting any silly comment.

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