F1 » Glock: We've gone backwards – and it 'could be' due to CFD

Timo Glock has conceded that unless dramatic improvements are made, Virgin could find itself in serious trouble with the 107 per cent rule in F1 2011 - and that the cause may well be CFD.

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IanO - Unregistered

April 03, 2011 11:15 AM

Timo Glock would have been a fantastic substitute for Robert Kubica. That would have been well worth watching.

If you don't have wind tunnel data, how do you verify or update the data CFD models airflow with? One presumes that they tune the CFD based on driver feedback alone and quite clearly that isn't taking the team forward.

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