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Engine mapping set to be discussed when F1 teams meet after the German Grand Prix

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friscom - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 12:20 PM

(..) "and deemed that the regulation, which in fairness is trying to deal with a very complex issue, was in full compliance with the regulations"

Anyone agrees that "the regulation ..was in full compliance with the regulations"

So what?

Tealeaf - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 12:28 PM

I'm sure Seb will bounce back from this and at least be Fernando's main challenger in the 2nd half of the season, out law it, ban it just like the holes on the floor banned this will not slow the car down and with a hot and tight track at Hungary expect Vettel to have a good weekend, as will the Lotuses, Im sure Fernando will also do well, Dereck Warwick or whoever is the stewards next race, please do not start acting like you're the boss of something, and please do not call Schumi "an amateur" he has achieved more in F1 than all of the english champions combined in history.

jakari - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 1:33 PM

The changing of engine mapping was banned. They clearly had found a way to avoid this. Therefore they have taken steps to gain an illegal advantage and should have been outed .

wtf - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 2:04 PM

this sux they should be able to what ever they like to engine maping, just regulate where exshuast is and blown differuser wont work and they can still play with maps for corners

Taipan

July 23, 2012 2:06 PM

It's the rule that was wrong not RBR.

The rule states that the engine must supply full torque when the throttle is 100% open. It doesn't mention anything about when the throttle is 95% open. This is the loophole that RBR exploited.

nelsonia - Unregistered

July 23, 2012 2:07 PM

@jakari

It wasnt illegal and that's why they were allowed to race. I am not forcing you to love redbull but let's appreciate they came up with something clever and other teams didn't.

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