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107SS2009

July 01, 2014 6:11 PM

F1 » Red Bull has engine options for 2016


The present three F1 PU manufacturers are the most experienced and successful, regardless of mistakes/miscalculations that have been done this year ( mistakes which cannot be rectified this year) it is hard to imagine a new comer to F1 PU manufacture (any of the new names being bended about) jumping into the fray and producing a product any better than any of these three can.

107SS2009

July 01, 2014 5:46 PM

F1 » Red Bull has engine options for 2016


Renault F1 engine operation is said to be losing 50m and this is not because of non payment, the treatment Renault is being publicly subjected to by its prefaced team is unbelievable to such an extent that it is impossible for relations between the two to ever be what they should be again, RBR knows that regardless of what fuel Total will come up with this late in the season the deficit to Mercedes is not possible to be bridge this season, and that makes the constant hammering of Renault by RBR even more unethical.

107SS2009

June 30, 2014 8:08 PM

F1 » Sauber/Ferrari relationship ‘still good’


As has been proven both Ferrari and Renault has a deficit to Mercedes where the PU is concerned, nothing can be done about this deficit this year as the rules stand. On top speed Ferrari and RBR are on par with Mercedes being a step ahead, contrary to what many believe the Mercedes PU advantage is not due to the ICE power output per se, their advantage lays in the better use of their MGU-H which is able to power the MGU-K at full allowable power for full allowable time (note that the MGU-H is powered by the turbo in its unlimited output mode), Mercedes also has the best reliability of the three with FERRARI 2ND best, both FERRARI and RBR/Renault must forget this year and concentrate on next year’s PU allowable upgrades.

107SS2009

June 29, 2014 8:21 PM

F1 » Lowe: Silverstone will test limits of Mercedes aero


Richard, (and George please read), “Brake disc must rotate at the same speed as the road wheels”, this is a very recent development, first suspects when (a so called blown wheel nut!) was first used, how it’s done?, the disc/rotor is geared to the wheel hub by epicycle gear-set to speed-up rotation compared to road wheel, why?, it will act like an air pump sucking in air in the same principle of the blown diffuser resulting in more air-flow through the disc and through the wheel/nut, Also speeding-up a brake disc/rotor it will need lower pedal pressure to dissipate the same energy.

107SS2009

June 29, 2014 4:36 PM

F1 » Lowe: Silverstone will test limits of Mercedes aero


Yes good luck to everybody on the grid at Silverstone against the two WO5’S, but any luck this season will only result if Mercedes hits trouble (reliability or cock-ups) and regardless of what happened in Canada their reliability is one of the best, they have the best electrical power on the grid through their MGU-H and as long as the rules stands (end of season) technically speaking the others cannot do anything about it.


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