Sebastian Vettel, Fernando Alonso, Jenson Button, Hockenheim, 2012
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Santiago Ontanon (@santiontanon) said on 22nd July 2012, 19:26
Someone please tell me which laws of physics allow for the flow of liquid coming out of Vettel’s bottle to turn in a sharp 90 degrees angle!
Keith Collantine (@keithcollantine) said on 24th July 2012, 12:46
@santiontanon That’s a very good question!
PJ (@pjtierney) said on 24th July 2012, 13:32
A Red Bull driver is holding it, therefore the champagne gained Newey levels of downforce and went back down again.
Sean (@spaceman1861) said on 24th July 2012, 13:30
I call photoshop
Jake (@jakehardyf1) said on 24th July 2012, 13:40
Seriously? It’s obvious to me. Maybe because I study physics but regardless, Seb was causing a common downward flow, bottle almost upside down but on a slight angle, and then he brought the bottle away, to the right and rotated to the bottle clockwise in his frame of reference thus causing a change in flow. Watch the race again to see.
Mallesh Magdum (@malleshmagdum) said on 24th July 2012, 13:43
nice explanation @jakehardyf1
Jake (@jakehardyf1) said on 24th July 2012, 13:54
Anykey said on 24th July 2012, 14:04
Pffff… Point of view!
Chelseano161997 (@chelseano161997) said on 24th July 2012, 20:53
Does this mean that Seb will be banned from spraying champagne on the podium in future as he is clearly getting an advantage of spilling less champagne!
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