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April 23, 2011 6:24 PM
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F1 » Fry urges Ferrari to keep its 'cool'

We know Ferrari as one of the innovators in this sport, but sometimes, especially when tech rules are so tight as nowadays, it's also important to follow and implement other team's solutions. I'm not an expert, but as a feeling, Ferrari might need to lower down the nose cone(bringing more downforce at the front), exhaust & a new generation front wing in the likes of McLaren and Redbull(with flaps centered to each of the front tyres). And also maybe reconsider the opening at the rear that is supposed to blow air over the diffusor or lower part of rear wing. It might make sense, also to raise the rear of the car in order to have a lower front wing (i.e. Redbull).


April 16, 2011 12:43 PM

F1 » Ferrari admits wind tunnel may be at fault

Ferrari is probably the greatest team in F1 but currently look afraid to bring in innovations. 2011's car is somehow conservative and obviously misses that winning sparkle. Ok the wind tunnel, but sometimes you just need to use your eyes to notice that the car is unbalanced, starting from its too high nose which is working against top speed and front grip. Ferrari this year used Toyota's wind tunnel, so I'm afraid not all problems come from it, but actually also from the concept of the car in the first place.


March 10, 2011 8:20 AM

F1 » 'No. 1' gives Vettel psychological edge over Webber, says Lauda

Personally never liked the Vettel's index finger gesture for No.1. I just find it somehow very uncool, maybe one day I'll get used to it as he very possibly will keep winning a lot. Considering also the Lauda yesteryear stories, F1 was somehow much fuller of romance. Those years in general, I think, were incredible years of change and consequent inspiration.

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