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September 20, 2015 12:14 PM

F1 » Max Yamabiko: The real reason for a wind tunnel ban

CFD has still a long way to go. Actually it is pretty damn accurate but the problem is making a model that accounts for aero-elasticity and then recalculates for the deformed shape and so on. If wind tunnel testing is banned CFD will make leaps in development which actually may be a good thing for other fields of technology. Usually the same software is used.


August 28, 2014 11:01 AM

F1 » Hamilton ‘will always put the team first’

107SS2009: Richard, you right about the rules, but as our friend was asking for a "firehouse pump motor" I thought I will donate, but I have something better than that, much better, and actually it was intended as a fire pump motor, but as you say it will still be out of the rules. Its a real beautiful Hillman Imp engine, left over from many moons ago when I used to build them for racing, maybe the FIA will permit it to race as it sounds much better on its Webers than the present V6.
That engine I want to see! The hillman imp I mean!

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