F1 » Domenicali: Expectation part of Ferrari heritage


Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali insists that there is no point feeling the pressure of taking the Scuderia into another F1 campaign.

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107SS2009

January 11, 2012 7:26 PM

Re novelties/radical systems on 2012 cars, Giorgio Piolo has revealed that Lotus “Renault” has tested a ride height system that operates by the brakes “pedal”, they tested it during the Abu Dhabi test, and it is understood that it has been approved by the FIA.

EnRiCo47

January 12, 2012 5:30 AM

Put Hamilton in the team with Alonso and you will have the heritage , with the fire and interest that the Rampant Horse deserves.

At the moment we go through races and we dont even know that the Ferraris are there.

Forza.

107SS2009

January 12, 2012 4:46 PM

Rob, yes, when I posted “yesterday” I know that FERRARI had their own system, but that was not yet tested neither approved yet.
Contrary to what is being said by so called British F1 experts it is not and cannot be activated by a switch manipulated by the driver.

107SS2009

January 12, 2012 4:55 PM

Victor, this is something that's supposed to interest you having such a background, just imagine the difference in ride height with 150 kg of fuel on board and without, there is a lot of time to be gained from a constant and optimised ride height.

Rob01 - Unregistered

January 13, 2012 2:29 AM

angie, as the fuel load get lighter the car rises/lifts. Even the slighest bit effects the car. Maintaining the cars height will be a good advantage. Its not the drivers seat that is moving. Its the entire car.

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