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HigDog

March 17, 2014 6:04 AM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


@107SS2009 it isn't about fuel anymore. Its about wording and interpretation with lawyers for both parties.. If RBR representatives can show discrepancies with the wording of the regulations and a failure to provide functioning and usable/reliable equipment, RBR walks... So much huff and puff and the first article about it stated what you continue to post, stop the hate friend.. :D

HigDog

March 17, 2014 12:45 PM

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


All the trolling aside which has been hilarious. On a serious note, if Melbourne is one of the heaviest tracks in terms of fuel usage and DR was using above the legal flow rate, have the FIA got the total allowed weight in fuel to be carried wrong? If he was using more than allowed consistently and still finished the race, should they reduce it to make it a challenge? What do you guys think?

HigDog

March 16, 2014 10:23 AM
Last Edited 254 days ago

F1 » Ricciardo excluded from Australian GP


Red Bull lawyers will win with interpretation of the rule im predicting. there will be an amendment for next race on the regulations regarding fuel "per hour". Newey always knows where to push even if he thinks he will only get away with it once, he isn't silly.. Could they argue that with only 100kg's of fuel on board that the motor clearly did not exceed 100kgs per hour.. I understand what the rule makers have intended to say but if it isn't locked tight Dan and RBR will walk... im only speculating of course, I don't have a copy of the regulations

HigDog

February 01, 2014 8:19 PM
Last Edited 297 days ago

F1 » Ricciardo: Mercedes may be a second off pace...


107SS2009, all that being correct, it is possible for the engineer to alter that ratio to effect cooling yes? I would kick myself if I ever thought as Richard did, but in testing is it possible teams are altering the nominal ratio to check things like performance, temperature, detonation point? to see what could be achieved if needed in regards to fuel usage.. or would the engine supplier have provided that data already? also like to note I'm only a curious reader like most us, always trying to learn.


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