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107SS2009

July 16, 2014 6:00 PM

F1 » German Grand Prix preview


From Germany onwards nobody will run FRIC, unless there is somebody that wants to do a Red Bull and challenge Whiting, my guess is that RBR would love for Mercedes to undertake that challenge in the hope of them (RBR) having the chance to attend a court of appeal with their lawyer and get on equal terms with Mercedes.

107SS2009

July 17, 2014 9:14 AM

F1 » Renault expecting performance boost in Germany


1JETZ/ Beningly, Yes the three forced induction ICE’S produced this year are (as has been expected by those that fully understands this business) closer in performance (ICE power output) than last year’s NA V8’S. Explanation, but first a note, (reliability problems which will prevent an ICE from producing its full output for the duration of a race, although it will make all the difference in a race should not confuse this subject). The NA ICE V8’S were air restricted, this restriction was capped by the mandated max RPM limit. The forced induction ICE’S are fuel flow (KG/H) restricted at a max RPM. This is technically exactly why they were (as expected) to be closer in their power output. This is because scientifically there is a limit as to what can be extracted from a given amount of fuel permitted to be burned. Another note, the NA V8’S had a slightly lower fuel flow (KG/H) requirements then the present permitted forced induction ICE’S have. To be continued.

107SS2009

July 16, 2014 6:57 PM

F1 » German Grand Prix preview


The FFS were always passed as legal and guaranteed to be within acceptable tolerances as proved by the court of appeal. what has been updated is their tempering-with. And yes, I agree that as things now stand the stewards are not supposed to pass any car legal to race if fitted with FRIC. from now on.

107SS2009

July 16, 2014 5:28 PM

F1 » German Grand Prix preview


Contrary to what many from on here believe there is no need for any team to go forward and protest any other team that uses FRIC from Germany onwards for said FRIC user to risk being thrown-out, and those (MANY) includes the guys from on bbc and sky. According to what Whiting said, he (Whiting) does not require a team to protest, if a team uses FRIC from Germany onwards unless there is an anonymous agreement for it to be used to the end of the season, he (Whiting) would consider making a report to the stewards about the non-compliance of any car fitted with the FRIC system. This (Whiting position) is exactly the same over the RBR FFM saga in Australia.

107SS2009

July 17, 2014 9:52 AM

F1 » Renault expecting performance boost in Germany


Continued, yes the electric power is capped, but regardless that is where the advantage is derived from. Explanation, the max storage and output of the ES (batteries) is 4MJ/lap, the harvesting from K is max 2MJ/LAP, while its output is a max of 4MJ/lap, the K alone can never fully charge the ES, the harvesting from H is unlimited, while its output is also unlimited, the H can spin (spool-up) the turbo, charge the ES as well as power the K, although the K max MJ’S output per lap still applies to the output of H-to-K it being unlimited is where the advantage of max electric power per lap can be had from. To be continued.

107SS2009

July 16, 2014 2:10 PM

F1 » Renault expecting performance boost in Germany


The actual ICE (internal combustion engine) produced by Mercedes, FERRARI and Renault this year are remarkably close in performance (ICE power output), Mercedes big advantage comes from the hybrid areas, to this must be added the capability to sustain maximum performance (from both ICE and electric) for the duration of a race distance with reliability, and thereafter for the number of races the PU is expected to do during the season, Renault reliability problems which were known to them from before their PU run on track (they advised their customers not to excide 250km and more than 75% output) during the winter testing, thereafter it took them 18 weeks to declare that they could run at 100% , all this took its toll on them for the rest of the season, and most probably on the next one too, it is starting to look like unless they will earn some sort of equalisation derogation they have little chance of catching-up with only 48% of engine components allowed for a redesign.

107SS2009

July 15, 2014 9:34 PM

F1 » Wolff admits driver contest ‘fascinating’


People on here may ask why on the one hand I say that there is interference in the running of the FIA to manipulate the outcome of the championship and on the other hand I say that both the FRIC system and the split turbo with a clutched MGU-H contrivance or are in conflict with the rules when they were both allowed to be used, they were allowed to be used only for political convenience for when the need arises to be used as a political tool to manipulate the championship outcome.


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