F1 » Evolution and revision for Ferrari F138


Ferrari's new F1 challenger aims to add improved performance to the reliability its predecessor enjoyed in last year's title tilt.

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mogster52 - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 11:50 AM

"the new car does not differ visually from its predecessor"

Looks completely different to me without the stepped nose. Lets hope all teams run the high nose and we lose the ugly ducklings from last year - the old adage used to be if it looks fast, it will be and it defo looks that.

Firestorm - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 12:00 PM

I just watched the pictures of the new Force India too, and without the stepped nose it looks cool. I hope that the others doesn't follow Lotus's roots and in Melbourne we can say goodbye to the stepped noses.

BMFBW - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 12:58 PM

Admittedly I got quite fond of the stepped noses...
I have to say this is looking like quite a nice Ferrari! The new livery looks nice, except for a couple of small details which niggle me...

Unfortunatley for the team it looks like much more evolution than revolution - like the 2011 car that only won one race...

whizzo - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 3:39 PM

This is still an ugly car i am not a designer but i think the nose need drooping a little more i also think they will be getting trouble at the front going against the wind ,but apart from that i hope they loose again this year.

richard

February 01, 2013 3:53 PM

whizzo. you are not very au fait with aerodynamics, are you?

first of all, the high nose is required for air management under the car. why do you think that all have gone for it?

secondly, due to strict measurements, all cars will have the same frontal area, give or take a few thou.

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