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    Rear end of the SF1000 (Bahrain, High Res)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tifosi1993 View Post
    Rear end of the SF1000 (Bahrain, High Res)

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    Jebus....those rear openings are freaking HUGE.....no wonder our aero suck big time....we must have the biggest opening of all 10 teams.....NO??

    mind as well run without an engine cover....LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Jebus....those rear openings are freaking HUGE.....no wonder our aero suck big time....we must have the biggest opening of all 10 teams.....NO??

    mind as well run without an engine cover....LOL
    The aero is incredibly good, possibly the second best on the grid as seen by it's performance in non power tracks. It is just that we are forced to use inoptimally low levels of downforce to make up for engine performance.
    "I've always believed that you should never, ever give up and you should always keep fighting even when there's only a slightest chance." - Michael Schumacher

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    Quote Originally Posted by MSC Fan View Post
    The aero is incredibly good, possibly the second best on the grid as seen by it's performance in non power tracks. It is just that we are forced to use inoptimally low levels of downforce to make up for engine performance.
    So going by your theory, if we’re getting a good engine next year we should be fighting with Merc for wins?? I’ll believe whe3n I see it mate....

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    So going by your theory, if we’re getting a good engine next year we should be fighting with Merc for wins?? I’ll believe whe3n I see it mate....
    The Merc engine is so far ahead that I'll doubt it if we'll catch up within a year. But I think we'll beat RedBull mainly because Honda wouldn't care as much as they really would've if they were to stay, it isn't their headache afterall.
    "I've always believed that you should never, ever give up and you should always keep fighting even when there's only a slightest chance." - Michael Schumacher

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    With engine 2022 will ferrari beat Mercedes. 2021 not yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FerrariF60 View Post
    Jebus....those rear openings are freaking HUGE.....no wonder our aero suck big time....we must have the biggest opening of all 10 teams.....NO??

    mind as well run without an engine cover....LOL
    You're right, those cooling outlets are huge. Here are Mercedes and Renault works team:




    But our aero doesn't suck, it is behind Mercedes but not by much. The SF1000 was actually fastest in many aero demanding corners in previous tracks, based on the F1 live timing mini sector analysis during qualifying.

    They are expecting ambient temperature to be around 27-28C here, so the track temperature will go over 40C. I think others are yet to open up the rear bodywork for cooling.

    Also both Mercedes and Renault are using dual wastegate, Ferrari only one, interesting.

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    We’ve only one waste gate last year as well....only 2014-2018 we had 2 wast3 gat3s....not sure what the benefit is....or maybe were at a loss only having one....

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    Bargeboard area details (High res)


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    My God that looks complicated, I am looking forward to the 2022 regs when hopefully things may be simpler.

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    Charles on next years (according to Hamilton, utter garbage) tyres (High Res)


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    Why are they garbage? I thought Pirelli was gonna keep the tires the same as this year, but instead the cars will have a bit less downforce so that Pirelli would not have to make more durable tires for ONLY one year before concentrating to 18 inch tires....

    Or maybe I’m missing something???

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    Pirelli believes that teams will still make more downforce next year than this year and has a new tire they brought to test. Apparently not too many drivers are impressed by it.

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    New tyres are apparently 3 kg heaver and have less grip. Extraordinary how Pirelli manage to get worse with time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Architect View Post
    New tyres are apparently 3 kg heaver and have less grip. Extraordinary how Pirelli manage to get worse with time.
    Wolff: New Pirelli tyres only way to avoid "frightening" failures

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/m...paign=widget-6


    I smell another rat...if Wolff thinks the new tyres are “the right solution” for the sport I can guarantee these are another bespoke set of tyres built custom for Mercedes. Hamilton complaining about them is the icing on the cake.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ferrari1.8t View Post
    Wolff: New Pirelli tyres only way to avoid "frightening" failures

    https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/m...paign=widget-6


    I smell another rat...if Wolff thinks the new tyres are “the right solution” for the sport I can guarantee these are another bespoke set of tyres built custom for Mercedes. Hamilton complaining about them is the icing on the cake.
    To be fair, all drivers have said that these tires were garbage and NOT just Hamster and Toto....so don’t know what to say...
    If everyone co,pmplains hard enough, maybe we’ll still get to use current tires for 2021 as well

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