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February 19, 2016 6:20 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: Ferrari SF16-H - A closer technical look

come on max! your heading implies some actual knowledge of facts but really it is only speculation based on various rumours and speculation on other sites! most if not all the alleged changes currently have no definitive basis. so speculation should be ignored until some actual facts are proven. granted they might be right, but equally they could be wrong


February 21, 2016 12:52 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: Ferrari SF16-H - A closer technical look

RoyO: On normally aspirated engines variable length inlet tracts are used to tune intake gas-flow at varying revs. I'm puzzled as to why they would be required on engines with any kind of forced induction.
different distances from turbo to each cylinder ! DOH!
Double DOH. That just requires different length intakes per cylinder. VARIABLE inlet manifolds change length according to the revs.
triple DOH. yes, as the revs increase, the intakes have to be adjusted to deal with the different intake requirements of each cylinder


February 19, 2016 11:24 AM

F1 » Williams reveals the FW38

Equin0x: Richard I respect your views but to say their chassis was up to scratch last year is talking nonsense, they were carried by the Mercedes engine and whenever there was a wet track or a track where power is power is less important they were absolutely NOWHERE, towards the end of the year even FI had nearly caught them, last year's FW37 was a dud and if they haven't got a better design then I can see them struggling badly this year if Merc hasn't got a big advantage with the PU, 2013 comes to mind.
clearly you didnt read my comment! where did i say that chassis was the same? people are commenting on LOOKS. something that is aero dictated. i also said that everything UNDER the bodywork could be changed! sheesh!

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