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August 05, 2015 10:18 PM

F1 » Honda: We didn’t imagine F1 comeback to be so hard

Sunny, My view is that the MGU-H, when harvesting, is slowing the turbo thus reducing the power available from the ICE. I guess that the reduction in ICE power means there is less heat generated for the MGU-H to harvest so it has to harvest longer which slows the turbo and so on. Not so much of a problem on a single lap but in a race, disastrous. Incidentally, I didn't find your answer condescending at all and as for disagrees, they rate about as relevant as giant dog turd necklaces.


August 07, 2015 11:21 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa wins MotoGP vs. IndyCar 'race'

evenracingisbest: 1. A perfect display of race result fixing for financial gain 2. Hayden calls tie because he's still dirty about Pedro taking him out whilst trying to win the championship in '06 3. I guess that was Dani's win for the year. Thanks Repsol Comments like this are appalling to read - enjoy the sport , support the riders people
So, why the need to lie about the result? I find that deeply appalling and anyone who supports cheating is a disgrace to the sport.


August 05, 2015 12:01 PM

F1 » Honda: We didn’t imagine F1 comeback to be so hard

107SS2009: The ERS system needs not be talked about because the maximum output is stipulated by the rules, and so one either got it or not.
Arai also said “If you try to harvest energy using the MGU-H, it puts a strenuous workload on the turbo. “When the turbo is under stress, it cannot do what it is supposed to do, which is to force more air into the engine, thus leading to decreased power output." So they can probably get the output but if only they could manage the input. The ERS is certainly not the innocent party.

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