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107SS2009

December 22, 2015 6:20 AM

F1 » Renault officially completes Lotus F1 takeover


goldenoldie:
107SS2009: [blockquote @Sunny, 63 wings before they actually pass the crash test? That's a lot when you have all those C.A.D. and C.S.D. systems! Wonder what they have as aero team. Such a lot of trial and error attempts is hardly believable! :)
Goldie, The exact facts/information, The "zeb-bull" ploy was used to disguise the fact that the car was just a 2014 version. the 80mm shorter car was ready for Barcelona, after the 63rd 80mm short nose past the FIA crash-test (RB11), A front nose takes 5 days to complete, front wing takes 10 days running production 24/7, all that at a cost of STG £3million, divide that STG £3 million by 80mm and the cost for crashed-up carbon fibre will be STG £37500 PER MM the car was shortened. Goldie, whenever you in doubt or you need facts do not hastate to ask.

107SS2009

December 21, 2015 9:23 PM

F1 » Renault officially completes Lotus F1 takeover


AyrtonSenna:
107SS2009: “The British-based team will assume development duets and badge the power unit as TAG-Heuer”. As it is red bull who is badging the engine as TAG-Heuer and not Renault, the article gives the impression that red bull will assume development duets of the power unit, this is totally misleading, as it will be Renault who will develop the power unit and not red bull.
Ovvius. What a load of crud we have had to deal with the last few weeks. Red bull can't even build there own wings anymore.
Nobody had build as many wings as the red bullies this year, they actually managed a good front wing for their short noes after crash testing sixty three front wings.


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