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Ma io dico facciamolo solo in un grosso settore del circuito, che senso ha neutralizzare tutta la gara? Passiamo giri inutilmente

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Neutralizzando solo un settore, si darebbe un ingiusto vantaggio a chi ci passa a pericolo terminato.

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Following meetings in Sochi resulting from Jules Bianchi’s horrific accident in Suzuka, the FIA and the F1 teams are to trial a new system for controlling the speed of the cars in yellow flag caution zones during practice at the next race in Austin, Texas.

The test is likely to happen at the end of the Free Practice 1 or Free Practice 2 session and is likely that it will be based on the idea of a set “delta time” for a given track sector, between marshals posts, for incidents requiring the double waved yellow flags, as the recovery of Adrian Sutil’s car was in Suzuka.

The suggestion is that the reduced speed to achieve this will be in the region of 100km/h. Bianchi was believed to have been travelling at 212km/h through Turn 7 when he left the track in Suzuka, in spite of lifting off the throttle, as was acknowledged by FIA Race Director Charlie Whiting.

It is important to stress that what will take place at Austin is just a test, it is not implementable this year as too much would need to be changed in the Electronic Control Units on the cars. This is work being done to engineer the best solution for the 2015 season.

The approach agreed for this test is the same way that the FIA together with the F1 teams developed the Safety Car delta speed system. In that case, there was a test on the in-lap at the end of practice. This test will be similar and there will be a delta time to establish through the Yellow Flag sector. The coding change required for the test should not present too much of a problem, however there will be some work to do to get set up to monitor all the cars properly.

This is another area, as with the changes on team radio messages, where next year all cars using a proper large dash display would make this easier to do too.

It is likely that when developed and implemented the delta time for drivers passing through the yellow flag zone will be very effective as it takes away the decision as to whether to lift off and by how much away from the drivers, as now happens with the Safety Car delta lap time, which comes in automatically when the Safety Car is deployed.

Drivers have been in the habit of lifting as little as possible in yellow flag zones in the past, barely a second of throttle lift. In wet conditions such as Suzuka, where the lap times are falling anyway as the conditions worsen, it is even less noticeable.

In Suzuka Bianchi was racing against Marcus Ericsson behind, who had taken on a set of new wet tyres four laps earlier and was lapping 1.2 seconds per lap faster than Bianchi. Bianchi’s intermediate tyres were over 20 laps old, so he was in a scrap, but his sector times for the three laps before the accident were fairly consistent, rather than rising, showing that the worn intermediates were not struggling to cope with the conditions at the point when he crashed.

 

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cosa dice beyond?

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Eddai, mo' a litigare pure per il traduttore.

 

Però credo che neutralizzare sono un settore come a Le Mans sarebbe un'ottima cosa. Basterebbe vedere meglio come fare.

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Le Mans però come circuito è bello lungo, fare la stessa cosa a Montecarlo non è una grande idea.

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Neutralizzare un solo settore non sarebbe giusto dal lato sportivo, perchè un pilota che passa una volta di più nel settore neutralizzato perderebbe ingiustamente più tempo.

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è sufficiente mantenere la neutralizzazione fino a che tutti non hanno attraversato il settore neutralizzato lo stesso numero di volte

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Soluzione intelligente... fin troppo intelligente per i legislatori della F1 :asd:

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scusa...aveva ragione!dare bandiera rossa e non ci si pensa più?

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A quel punto facciamo le doppie gare come in GP2.

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non so che dire...allora lasciamo così e rispettiamo le bandiere gialle

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Da che si corre in auto quante volte è successo che una vettura colpisse un mezzo di soccorso? Almeno per la f1 esiste una statistica?

Per me una cosa da farsi subito è di mettere delle protezioni ai mezzi di soccorso... delle minigonnone rigide, ma non di acciaio... una cosa del genere...

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in F1 che io ricordi solo Heidfeld che colpì la SC a interlagos.

In altre categorie invece è successo diverse volte che i piloti tamponassero SC,pick up o pulitrici (una volta in F3 se non sbaglio al Norisring la SC tamponò Wurz)

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Yokkaichi, Japan
14 October 2014, 00.00hrs local/16.00hrs BST

 

At the request of the family of Jules Bianchi, and in conjunction with the Mie General Medical Center in Yokkaichi, the Marussia F1 Team is able to provide the following information regarding Jules’ medical condition:

The past nine days have been extremely difficult for Jules and his family. As a consequence of the accident at Suzuka, a number of medical challenges have needed to be overcome and the situation remains challenging due to the diffuse axonal traumatic brain injury Jules has sustained.

Jules remains in a critical but stable condition in the Intensive Care Unit of Mie General Medical Center in Yokkaichi. The Bianchi family continue to be comforted by the thoughts and prayers of Jules’ many fans and the motor sport community. In particular, the many demonstrations of support and affection during the course of the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi were of enormous comfort to Jules’ parents and the relatives and friends also present at the hospital.

The family will provide further medical updates when appropriate.

http://www.marussiaf1team.com/news/1042/

 

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Speriamo bene.

 

Da che si corre in auto quante volte è successo che una vettura colpisse un mezzo di soccorso? Almeno per la f1 esiste una statistica?
Per me una cosa da farsi subito è di mettere delle protezioni ai mezzi di soccorso... delle minigonnone rigide, ma non di acciaio... una cosa del genere...

 

OT

 

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praticamente le condizioni sono uguali alla scorsa settimana giusto?



che gran premio era?

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Ungheria primi anni 90, non ricordo bene quale, comunque cose assurde si sono viste, solo che adesso le conseguenze sono state gravi.

 

Mi pare che anche in quel di Nurburgring 2007 qualcuno finì addosso al trattore, altra velocità

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Liuzzi dopo un testacoda toccò la gru.

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