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107SS2009

January 15, 2016 9:16 PM

F1 » Todt urges ‘sense’ as engine proposal deadline passes


Totd has made clear that he cannot go beyond certain boundaries, saying “we have governance, so if we do something that is unacceptable by a third party than we would be sued” “Bernie is the commercial rights holder, I am the president of one organisation that regulates and legislates, so I am taking my full responsibility” also and contrary to what Bernie/rbr has been saying/pushing forward, he said that there was never any problem with the power unit specification as is.

107SS2009

January 15, 2016 9:55 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Yossarian:
107SS2009:
Yossarian: Not only can they carry enough fuel they could easily make tyres to last the race, Pit stops add nothing to the race but a sloppy stop can totally ruin it.
That (tyre) is one other thing that should be addressed to Bernie.
As it says in the article refuelling and so pitstops in general are for "the show" not the racing.
That is exactly what Bernie and those that pretend to be following the sports are interested in, and not the racing. just notice the arguments mixing/confusing refuelling pit stops with fuel flow and fuel load restriction rules.

107SS2009

January 17, 2016 6:35 AM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


I was not trying to sugar coat anything, I don't need too and it is not may way of expressing things, what I was stating are facts. Not requiring the full permitted fuel load to win a race goes to show the phenomenal advancements achieved as regards the efficiency of the present power unit, but I admit that is something that your likes will have a difficulty to fully understand.

107SS2009

January 16, 2016 11:48 AM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


Of course anyone can post on here and anyone can watch whatever races they want, in my book it spells "everybodyandhisdog", but when there is no control on brains/mouth and the sudden urge to say something just for the sake of saying something logic escapes control that leads others minds to boggles at the idiocy being uttered about max fuel flow/max fuel load when the actual subject under desiccation was supposed to be the introduction of refuelling. .

107SS2009

January 17, 2016 4:45 AM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


The present 1.6l turbo hybrid power unit mandated max fuel flow at 10500rpm is actually slightly higher than the max fuel flow at 18000rpm of the previous 2.4l NA engines, those previous cars with those previous engine, with no restrictions on max fuel flow and fuel load also used the practice of saving fuel, fuel load was back than more of a factor than it is today. It should also be noted that today’s 1.6l turbo “ICE” alone is producing higher HP/L than the NA 2.4l V8’S.

107SS2009

January 16, 2016 12:38 PM

F1 » FIA confirms refuelling could return to F1


guru72: Most people do not understand fuel usage with a turbocharged engine. Most of the cars are running during a race at the maximum engine torque engine revs of 10,500 and at that speed the standard fuel load will allow then to complete the standard race distance. If they were to try and run 100% power and the maximum fuel flow allowed they would run out of fuel at about 50% race distance. This is why you here the comment you only require ear protection during the top ten shoot out. This is the only time that they can 100% power.
Max permitted fuel load is 100kg, max permitted fuel flow is 100kg/h at 10500rpm, using the max allowed fuel flow for the duration of a race (which is not possible, because of tracks lay-out) will get a car only just more than half race distance, regardless understanding turbo's or not.


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