Well that is encouraging!
Exactly. That would be worth talking about, unlike practice times and sticker schemes.So...where are the expert conversations about handling and dynamics and roll centers and suspension pivot points? Where are the cross section drawings of how these cars are packaged so we can learn something about them? Even if they're last years since they're no longer "secret."
Agree Mike. I can't think of a more beautiful F1 car than Dan Gurney's AAR Eagle. But have to wonder how stable it was at speed with no aero elements.These cars are hurting my eyes. I'm thankful that I had the opportunity to watch F1 in person in the late '60s when the cars were actually pretty.
Just heard in the news about a family in our area barely saved from CO poisoning due to their keyless car idling in the attached garage. Darn things are dangerous, thus the pending legislation about having the vehicle shut off after a certain amount of idling if the driver is not in the car.
Overall its a wrong comment, Alfa has taken over completely their F1 project and there is no mention of Alfa Sauber as in last year.I hope he's right, even if the only thing Alfa is the badge.