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107SS2009

February 08, 2016 10:17 PM

F1 » Newey predicts ‘spending frenzy’ with token demise


rob01:
Dallas: It's not meant to cut spending, it's meant to cut cost. This is a great compromise because it means that the big boys can spend spend spend their little hearts out, but the COST to teams that they supply will remain the same.
True, but he thinks renault will be out spent and therefore behind. Maybe he should remember that red bull spends hundreds of million on the chassis and others cant. Red bull always wanting Everything in their favor.
Arrogance and hypocrisy topped-up with a sense of entitlement of which has never been seen in formula one.

107SS2009

February 09, 2016 1:36 PM

F1 » Newey predicts ‘spending frenzy’ with token demise


Mrfill, Straght82dpoint, forget about what you saying, and forget about motogp, in present day F1 unless a PU customer is using the same fuel/lubricant as a manufacturer team, the manufacturer cannot supply the same PU software/mapping, that also stands for performance updates. For a standard (one type) of PU software/mapping to be used by all on the grid, the fuel, lubricants, turbo and ERS will have to be standardised, I will personally even add the combustion chamber having to be standardised to that lot.

107SS2009

February 09, 2016 12:41 PM

F1 » Newey predicts ‘spending frenzy’ with token demise


mrfill,It is very much a technical matter that prevents “ONE” single PU software/mapping from being used in formula one, and nothing to do with the ECU, The scope of using a standard ECU was for the FIA to be able to police the software/mapping parameters are within the rules/regulations. You are still far from fully understanding the subject at hand. And another thing, what's being done/used in motogp cannot be compared with what is possible to use in formula one since the introduction of the new PU formula.

107SS2009

February 09, 2016 4:37 AM

F1 » Newey predicts ‘spending frenzy’ with token demise


mrfill, And I too am sorry but what you said goes to show you are not up-to-it, you are disagreeing with something that you don't understand, but don't worry about the technicalities, all you have to do is follow F1 better/ more closely. Yes only one type/make of ECU is used in F1, that ECU is an electronic control "BOX" which holds the PU software/ma\mapping the PU manufacturers produce to extract the most power out of their PU'S. To avoid confusing you I will not go into technicalities, but just refer you back to Monza last year when Rosberg upgraded PU had to be changed forcing him to use the older specification PU, JUST try trace and read what Mercedes said back than about the differences between the two PU’S they were forced to use, they were than talking about the upgrades/fuel and lubricants involved in the upgrades and they explained what was possible and not between the old specification PU and the upgraded one, and here you come telling us that the same PU software/mapping ca

107SS2009

February 08, 2016 12:49 PM

F1 » Newey predicts ‘spending frenzy’ with token demise


As I wrote on here before, for its first year (2014) the new PU development was frozen as homologated for the whole season which as have been seen gave a season’s advantage to who hits it right (Mercedes). For its second year development tokens kicked in, including in-season development. For this year the second set of in-season development tokens repeats, plus them being increased from 25 to 32. The development tokens did not control the spending, but the limit on number of engines that can be used in a season and the penalties certainly controlled what can be changed and used, it will be the same for this year. For 2017 development tokens has been dropped, the situation will remain the same as the number of engines that can be used and the penalties will do the same job (control) the number of upgrades to be introduced during the season. As regards software/mapping, unless the same fuel and lubricant are used it is not possible to supply the same software/mapping to customers, and fo


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