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How the 2012 rules will influence F1 car design 27th January 2012, 11:09
With few major changes in the technical rules for 2012, could teams have more scope to innovate? John Beamer looks at the season ahead.
Mid-season technical review part 2 25th August 2011, 16:59
Guest writer John Beamer concludes his look at the technical developments so far this year.
Mid-season technical review part 1 24th August 2011, 12:44
Guest writer John Beamer examines how Ferrari and McLaren have caught Red Bull.
Technical review: 2011 Canadian Grand Prix 22nd June 2011, 8:58
Guest writer John Beamer reviews the technical changes on the cars at the Canadian Grand Prix.
F1 technology in 2011 part 2: Diffusers and more 19th June 2011, 10:03
John Beamer examines the hot topics of exhaust-blown diffusers and the 2013 engine rules.
F1 technology in 2011 part 1: Tyres and DRS 18th June 2011, 11:03
In the first of a two-part series looking F1 technology in 2011, John Beamer talks tyres and DRS.
Pre-season technical review 8th March 2011, 12:45
Guest writer John Beamer reviews the innovations on the 2011 F1 cars revealed so far.
Technical review: End of season 9th December 2010, 17:23
Guest writer John Beamer looks at the technical updates on the cars in the final races of 2010.
Technical review: Japanese Grand Prix 18th October 2010, 7:00
Guest writer John Beamer looks over the technical updates from the Japanese Grand Prix. As expected the Red Bulls were the class of the field at Suzuka. The advantage mostly came in the first sector where the RB6 had a four tenths of a second advantage over Ferrari and McLaren ?σΤιΌΤΗ£ all three were evenly […]
Technical review: Singapore Grand Prix 5th October 2010, 16:08
Guest writer John Beamer reviews the technical updates from Singapore and looks ahead to the next round at Suzuka. The Marina Bay circuit is one of highest downforce tracks and the first since Hungary where cars ran in a high downforce configuration. The next tracks all place high demands on downforce, meaning Singapore typically represents […]