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Re: The all New FW42
Posted by: erratic
Date: 08/01/2019 20:10
I always wonder why introducing a new car as late as possible is a good option. I understand the idea that it gives the teams more time to develop and study parts, but that is in the tunnel and CFD? At the same time they are continuing the design philosophy and preparing new parts for the first race etc.

Wouldn't it be better to get the basic car right first, make sure it works and then have time to develop additional parts for the first race, knowing how the car functioned on track. I just remember the car last year, reportedly good numbers in the tunnel and, well...we know the rest.


Anyway, perhaps the more clued up can sate my curiosity as to why later is better.

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