FOTA “studied very little” about rear wing

Posted on | Author Keith Collantine

Ferrari technical director Aldo Costa admitted the Formula One Teams Association’s plan for an adjustable rear wing next year was at an early stage and could be dropped if it is deemed unsuccessful. Speaking in the FIA press conference Costa said: We will have the introduction of the new adjustable rear wing. I have the … Continue reading FOTA “studied very little” about rear wing

Ferrari show good race pace in second practice (FP2 interactive data)

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Ferrari appear to have the race pace to back up the one-lap performance they showed in the second practice session in Valancia. Red Bull are close behind but McLaren didn’t exhibit the same performance they had in the first session – in terms of straight-line speed or lap time. Here’s the interactive data for the … Continue reading Ferrari show good race pace in second practice (FP2 interactive data)

Ferrari, Red Bull and rivals test Valencia updates (European GP Practice pictures)

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Ferrari, Renault, Mercedes and Red Bull were among the teams who tested significant upgrades on their cars in the first two practice sessions at Valencia. While Red Bull tested their version of McLaren’s F-duct three of their rivals tried to run exhaust-driven diffuser similar to those on the RB6. Have a look at the revised … Continue reading Ferrari, Red Bull and rivals test Valencia updates (European GP Practice pictures)

F1 Fanatic round-up: 25/6/2010

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There were some technical changes to the site yesterday, see below for details and do get in touch (by emailling me, using Twitter or leaving a comment) if you’re having trouble accessing F1 Fanatic. Here’s today’s round-up: Links Drivers unimpressed by rear wing plan (Autosport) Adrian Sutil: “It’s again very good for the show. I … Continue reading F1 Fanatic round-up: 25/6/2010