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la Williams ha acceso il motore

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Bene, almeno questo.

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10 ore fa, Ruberekus ha scritto:

qualche dettaglio in più sulla questione ala anteriore (sempre amus)

 

Basically the other teams dont really get how the Ferrari/Sauber concept is supposed to work well, because while the outwash might be better they are losing tons of downforce with this concept. Mercedes and Red Bull went the opposite way: they kept the downforce level at the front high, but they'll struggle with the turbulences more.

There are several theories: One is that a better balance is compensating that. If you dont have much downforce at the front, you dont need much in the rear either. And that reduces the drag which increased significantly this year thanks to the bigger rear wing. The fact that Sauber and Ferrari have the highest top speed would support that theory.

Andy Green from Racing Point doesnt think that because that concept would maybe work in qualifying, but compromise yourself too much in the race. His theory: Due to their higher rake Sauber/Ferrari's front wing is closer to the ground which is how they recover the downforce

A different engineer says that this concept looks very wrong, but they will try it out in the simulator. The fact is though that both Kimi and Vettel's feedback about their car sounded very positive. Mercedes and Red Bull are trying to stay calm. But you can see on their body language that they are worried that Ferrari are backing the right horse. They will both take a close look on that concept now.

Wolff: "Everyone is looking at the lap times, and everyone likes to be ahead. You have to keep a certain discipline and let the engineers do their work, though. The goal of first testing is not to set the quickest time, but to understand the car and collect data". Asked  about copying other concepts: "You have to stick to your own phylosophy and shouldnt let distract yourself too much from others". Horner agrees: "It wouldnt bring us anything to just stick Ferrari's front wing on our car, it wouldnt work".

If it turns out that Ferrari's concept is the way to go both teams have a problem. Mercedes more than Red Bull because Red Bull at least has higher rake. Copying the front wing itself would be easy. Thanks to the front wings being simplified the production time has reduced to a third compared to last year. The problem is that you would need to change the whole car and this would take weeks and potentially cost the championship.

 

Da totale ignorante: ma non è che l'aver abbassato il baricentro della vettura aiuti in questo"inspiegabile" (da parte delle probabilmente finte dichiarazioni) recupero del carico della Ferrari?

 

30 minuti fa, Ruberekus ha scritto:

Vettel 1m18.614s su medie

 

questo è interessante

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1 minuto fa, Ruberekus ha scritto:

la Williams ha acceso il motore

:notbad:

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Ma Paolo Bitta con le C14 quando gira ?  EHEHEHE 

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11:05 MORE NOISE! Vettel is back out. Will we see him dip into the 1m17s today?

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1.18.3 vet

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11:08 Great news! Vettel is on the C3 tyre, which he used to set the best time of the test so far on Monday. That was a 1m18.161s. 

 

Can he beat that? Not yet, it's a 1m18.355s but that's fastest so far today and the third fastest time of the test.

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1.18.4 non si migliora

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niente di che questo tempo su soft

 

noto che al T1 è sempre attardato rispetto a Raikkonen che ha il record (22.4 vs 22.1), immagino siano molto giù di motore

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si o molto più carico...riesci a capire le differenze di speedtrap con raikkonen?

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Anche leclerc nel t1 era lento...  (di poco) 

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5 minuti fa, NeoN ha scritto:

si o molto più carico...riesci a capire le differenze di speedtrap con raikkonen?

Speed trap:

Bottas: 318 km/h
Räikkönen: 312 km/h
Verstappen: 312 km/h
Fittipaldi: 311 km/h
Vettel: 307 km/h
Kvyat: 298 km/h

 

Vettel con stessa strategia di prima: due gri veloci separati da giri di raffreddamento, poi stint più lungo

 

intanto esce Sainz

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Spero che la ferrari stia risparmiando motore 

11:24 Vettel's on a similar 10-lap run to the one that Leclerc completed yesterday. It seems as though the tyres are very sub-optimal around the 10-lap mark. But, we don't know how much fuel Ferrari has on board, or just how hard Vettel is pushing behind the wheel

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Adesso, Illy ha scritto:

Spero che la ferrari stia risparmiando motore 

 

mi sembra giusto 

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Lo so che la mia è solo una pia illusione... ma come fanno in MB a capire se l'auto va bene girando piano?

Voi dite che due secondi in meno sono sul giro sono facili da tenere costantemente per dei piloti cha hanno nel dna l'abitudine a spingere?

 

E non può essere lo stesso per Ferrari e/o Sauber che comunque i tempi più bassi li fanno con costanza?

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Vettel (C3) OUT 1: 18.355 1: 33.862 1: 18.489 1: 33.664 1: 19.608 1: 19.693 1: 19.650 1: 20.106 1: 20.998 1: 21.585 1: 21.919 1: 21.823

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11:26 Ferrari have got a brilliant routine nailed for when its car comes into the pits. Before the nose is even in the garage, the mechanics are moving big red screens in front so that people can't spy on its car

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1 minuto fa, andycott ha scritto:

Lo so che la mia è solo una pia illusione... ma come fanno in MB a capire se l'auto va bene girando piano?

Voi dite che due secondi in meno sono sul giro sono facili da tenere costantemente per dei piloti cha hanno nel dna l'abitudine a spingere?

 

E non può essere lo stesso per Ferrari e/o Sauber che comunque i tempi più bassi li fanno con costanza?

beh non so come facciano ma sono anni che provano con questa metodologia nei test, e vincono sempre, quindi

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Adesso, Ruberekus ha scritto:

Vettel (C3) OUT 1: 18.355 1: 33.862 1: 18.489 1: 33.664 1: 19.608 1: 19.693 1: 19.650 1: 20.106 1: 20.998 1: 21.585 1: 21.919 1: 21.823

Il primo giro 18.3 su 12 passaggi fa capire che queste vetture possono tirar giu almeno altri 2 secondi 

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