That’ll teach me to try and write a message on my mobile with predictive text on! Utter Jibberish!
Ill’ try it again:
There isn’t going to be a sudden increase in speed. The will be a slight increase in acceleration which means that closing speeds won’t be that much different to what they are today. Now that the FIA have confirmed that the wing can only be activated for a 600m stretch, the risk of cars taking off is even less likely. An F1 car can travel 600m in a couple of seconds. I doubt it’ll have much of an effect as it will only be engaged for what, 7 or 8 seconds at the end of the straight where the cars are already approaching max speed and accelerating at a slower rate anyway.
The Webber incident was caused by one car braking much earlier than another, which can happenwith or without adjustable wings.
@ W-K, I don’t think the FIA will include braking zones in the 600m area. The effect would be even less pronouncd than it already will be.