F1 technology articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Pre-season technical review 8th March 2011, 12:45
Guest writer John Beamer reviews the innovations on the 2011 F1 cars revealed so far.
McLaren “most interesting” of 2011 cars – Rinland 23rd February 2011, 8:47
Former F1 designer Sergio Rinland’s thoughts on McLaren, Williams and Renault’s 2011 cars.
Red Bull at “a higher level” – Rinland 3rd February 2011, 13:07
Former F1 designer Sergio Rinland believes Red Bull’s RB7 is a step ahead of its rivals.
Video shows adjustable rear wing on Sauber C30 1st February 2011, 14:24
This video produced by Sauber gives the best view yet of how the new adjustable rear wing works.
First look at Ferrari’s adjustable rear wing 29th January 2011, 16:12
Pictures show Felipe Massa using the new-for-2011 adjustable rear wing on the Ferrari F150.
Ferrari had most to gain from adjustable rear wing in 2010 25th January 2011, 10:24
F1 Fanatic analyses the controversial 2011 rear wing rules.
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.
The engine situation with two races to go 2nd November 2010, 13:27
How much engine life do the championship contenders have left – and are Alonso and Vettel at risk of penalties?
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 – 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 [...]