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richard

March 20, 2014 7:30 PM

F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion


physics. now I get it! I went back and read the ruling again. now see that rbr left in the old sensor, which had been proven to be defective on Saturday, and instead were relying on their own readings that were taken from the injectors, which were able to provide a far more accurate flow rate. so it would look as if rbr have an even stronger case, provided that they can prove that their monitoring was more accurate. fias insistence of accepting that a known defective sensor was in fact accurate, is utter madness.

richard

March 21, 2014 9:26 AM

F1 » Red Bull to appeal Ricciardo exclusion


sunny. but that is where I got caught out initially. the fact is that rbr didn't run a different system. the retained the fia sensor, and used their own system as well. so legally they have not broken the fia dictate, but are just arguing that their own info shows that they did NOT exceed the fuel flow mandate. and that is the point that will be decided on.....did the car exceed the fuel flow rate? a known defective fia sensor says it did, but a more accurate (presumably) set of calculations says it didn't.

richard

March 21, 2014 8:05 AM

F1 » Horner sure deficit is solely engine


rob. I know. but the bull did not use them in Melbourne, thi indicates that the problem as been alleviated. sunny.i am not saying that the exhaust GASSES exit on to the floor, but have a look at the manifolds. they run along the floor prior to the pipe curving up to the outlet. other cars have their manifolds well above the floor, exiting more sideways from the head. this lowering of th manifolds allows the body side to be tighter.


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