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Esattamente. Soprattutto con un weekend bagnato.

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https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/f1-s-top-corners-30km-h-faster-in-2017-new-data-reveals-957808/

 

Qualche dato interessante per chiarire ancor di più il confronto tra le vetture 2016 e 2017.

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Ed è evidentissimo dagli onboard... le vetture sembrano incollate a terra...senza parlare della spinta data da motogeneratore che ha una coppia assurda

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Guardatevi la Manor 2014, confrontatela con la Ferrari, sembra un triciclo sverniciato da una motogp

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Come l'attuale McLaren

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Ecco la scelta vincente di Alonso... Motoristica mente parlando...

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Secondo AMuS Budkowski è stato ingaggiato dalla Renault.

 

https://mobile.twitter.com/tgruener/status/913640499218571264?s=09

bene così. Magari recuperano. Intanto non è in merdeces

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Vedrete che non lo faranno andare in nessun team con così poco gardening, sa troppe cose sia delle vetture di quest'anno che del 2018.

Eticamente è una mossa molto scorretta, servirebbe almeno un anno di riposo prima di poter andare in un team.

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immagino che l'etica e la sportività sia al primo posto di tutte le grandi aziende coinvolte!!

 

:sisi:

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Ho appena letto che nella gara di F4 prima delle qualifiche si sono ritirati tutti i piloti prima della fine della gara. :asd:

 

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Fenomenali tutti, hanno sbagliato il quantitativo di benzina :asd:

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Come cazz è possibile che abbiano sbagliato tutti?

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La federazione ha inviato i dati sbagliati ai team.

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C'è la mano di Toto

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ogni volta che Kvyat viene declassato, Verstappen vince la gara successiva

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A Suzuka lo declassano in F2 così Verstappen fa 2 su 2 :asd:

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https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/teams-broke-f1-rules-by-drying-grid-slots-force-india-960185/

 

La Force India se la prende con la McLaren perché prima di partire hanno asciugato la piazzola di partenza, cosa vietata dal regolamento.

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Half the cars on the grid were drying the circuit, which is not allowed, and we didn't

I think McLaren was one of the teams drying the grid

 

metà vetture, una credono sia la mclaren, ok :asd:

 

 

 

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Top teams lobby Formula 1 chiefs over FIA tech man's Renault move

 

Formula 1's top six teams have written to FIA president Jean Todt and F1 CEO Chase Carey to express concerns about Marcin Budkowski's potential move from the FIA to Renault.

 

Former Ferrari and McLaren aerodynamicist Budkowski resigned from his role as head of the F1 technical department last week.

 

Until his resignation Budkowski was privy to inside information from all teams, including future R&D ideas submitted to the FIA for approval.

 

Rivals were alarmed to learn from the FIA's Charlie Whiting that Budkowski is only on three months 'gardening leave', which means he can start in his anticipated new Renault job at the end of the calendar year and potentially make a significant contribution to the 2018 car.

 

The subject was discussed by an informal gathering of the six Strategy Group teams in Malaysia, attended by Toto Wolff (Mercedes), Christian Horner (Red Bull), Maurizio Arrivabene (Ferrari), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Paddy Lowe (Williams) and Bob Fernley (Force India). Renault is not currently a member of the Strategy Group.

 

The letter that resulted from the meeting calls for new protocols for both FIA and F1/Liberty staff members, with a much longer gap before they can take on team roles.

 

Liberty is included because it now has a strong representation of technical personnel working on new regulations.

 

"I wish Marcin well, he's a good guy," Wolff told Autosport.

 

"If he can move back to a team and make a career, I wouldn't want to stand in his way.

 

"But as an FIA official if you make rules and issue technical directives you cannot negotiate a deal to join a team and within three months, join them.

 

"There might be a potential conflict of interests, which I'm not saying he has in any way abused, but there should be some kind of ethical policy that we all follow.

 

"We don't want him to look compromised in a position when he was heavily involved in the rulemaking and on the other side having ongoing discussions with teams.

 

"There needs to be a certain delay."

 

Although there have been suggestions that the focus is now on protocols for the future, rather than a specific attempt to delay Budkowski's arrival at Renault, Fernley indicated Budkowski was still being discussed.

 

"I don't know if something can be done at this point," said Fernley.

 

"But I think we probably have to look backwards and forwards.

 

"It's quite clear that he's going to Renault, so there is a threat there."

 

He suggested teams would be less willing to seek rules clarification from the FIA in future if its personnel could potentially join rivals.

 

"The process in the past has been to go to the FIA and say 'this is what we are thinking of doing, how does it sit from your side?' And we get a very unbiased and clear direction on it," Fernley added.

 

"The difficulty is that if you can't rely on that, then you're going to have to take more chances."

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