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Pictures from the launch of the Sahara Force India F1 VJM06

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inside track - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 12:37 PM

Now what is wrong with this picture?

ON what is billed as one of the most important days in the teams calender, where is VJ?

Is it that he cant fly now his private plane has been grounded as well?

pizzaboy

February 01, 2013 4:54 PM
Last Edited 626 days ago

@sodesu
Thats not such a bad thing considering how strong it looked in the last 5-6 races..however I am afraid they will lose that edge very quickly and keep on searching for pace till second half of the season, like usual..
Of course this depends upon who takes up the remaining seat. If they are able to get somebody like Heidfeld or even Sutil otherwise can do the solid development job

sodesu - Unregistered

February 01, 2013 6:07 PM

I know, but it does make the usual PR BS even more ridiculous. I mean, in the other article they specifically talk about "its progress in the wind tunnel" - yeah that must have been exciting to watch. Put it in there, change two or three barely noticable details, put it back in there, done. Oh, the excitement! Sure they may have changed things underneath and improved it massively, but they cannot possibly have gained any aero efficiency because it is almost exactly the same, down to detail. I've seen a very detailed analysis elsewhere and it's no joke, the differences are miniscule.

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