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      11-06-2019, 01:01 PM   #89
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On the outside ! That moment in the rain was epic my friend ...I screamed his name loud in front of my screen . I mean *too* loud !
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Be careful,you don't want to crack the screen with the voice volume
Actually home cinema . Would be expensive
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I saw the article about the dicussion . There was something to talk about ...
MAX was/is actually right about the situation .

According Lewis and MAX the Ferrari Jet-Mode is unreal...And that was/is the whole situation .
I don't think he's right though. I looked at the mini-sectors and the Ferraris are setting purple at almost every mini-sector out of a corner then every thing becomes slow. The higher drag from higher wong angles theory makes sense. The cars are fast out of a corner then air residence/drag slows them down.
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Hamilton to Ferrari for 2021 season rumors heating back up.
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      11-06-2019, 01:23 PM   #93
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Actually home cinema . Would be expensive
Nice one.
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Does anybody have the full question that redbull asked the FIA to clarify?

By reading the response I think Ferrari might have been able to tune the fuel flow to increase in the interval that's not being tested and then decrease it when it is being tested. Not necessarily capture the tested fuel and use it later (I wouldn't assume modern fuel flow meters actually remove a sample from the supply for testing and then discard anyways, it can be tested in line as it passes to the injectors) but just increase the fuel flow on a wave function of some sort. This is why the Redbull question would include the term "signal filtering".
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Does anybody have the full question that redbull asked the FIA to clarify?

By reading the response I think Ferrari might have been able to tune the fuel flow to increase in the interval that's not being tested and then decrease it when it is being tested. Not necessarily capture the tested fuel and use it later (I wouldn't assume modern fuel flow meters actually remove a sample from the supply for testing and then discard anyways, it can be tested in line as it passes to the injectors) but just increase the fuel flow on a wave function of some sort. This is why the Redbull question would include the term "signal filtering".
I don't think the exact words of the query were published as they usually aren't. But FIA's response is on Motorsports' website. Queries most of the time don't mention the team in question (Ferrari in this case) unless there is strong evidence. Sport Pesa has a lot of evidence against Renault so they mentioned them and protested against their braking system. If they didn't, they would've done what Paul Monaghan did with Ferrari's fuel system and only submitted a query to clarify the rules around FFM signal filtering. This way he's basically telling Ferrari that we think you're cheating and we think you're cheating this way and here are the rules you're breaking.
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Does anybody have the full question that redbull asked the FIA to clarify?

By reading the response I think Ferrari might have been able to tune the fuel flow to increase in the interval that's not being tested and then decrease it when it is being tested. Not necessarily capture the tested fuel and use it later (I wouldn't assume modern fuel flow meters actually remove a sample from the supply for testing and then discard anyways, it can be tested in line as it passes to the injectors) but just increase the fuel flow on a wave function of some sort. This is why the Redbull question would include the term "signal filtering".
I don't think the exact words of the query were published as they usually aren't. But FIA's response is on Motorsports' website. Queries most of the time don't mention the team in question (Ferrari in this case) unless there is strong evidence. Sport Pesa has a lot of evidence against Renault so they mentioned them and protested against their braking system. If they didn't, they would've done what Paul Monaghan did with Ferrari's fuel system and only submitted a query to clarify the rules around FFM signal filtering. This way he's basically telling Ferrari that we think you're cheating and we think you're cheating this way and here are the rules you're breaking.
I think the exact question redbull submitted would help try to piece everything together, regardless of if it mentions Ferrari or not. I want to know what they were wondering was acceptable since it seemed to be a grey area.
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Does anybody have the full question that redbull asked the FIA to clarify?

By reading the response I think Ferrari might have been able to tune the fuel flow to increase in the interval that's not being tested and then decrease it when it is being tested. Not necessarily capture the tested fuel and use it later (I wouldn't assume modern fuel flow meters actually remove a sample from the supply for testing and then discard anyways, it can be tested in line as it passes to the injectors) but just increase the fuel flow on a wave function of some sort. This is why the Redbull question would include the term "signal filtering".
One thing is for sure ...
According Horner :The Ferrari's started to smell like grapefruit juice .
According Toto Wolff : It's a strong strawberry smell ..

=>https://www.thedrive.com/accelerator...apefruit-juice
=>https://newsbeezer.com/japaneng/red-...l-f1-gate-com/
=>https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/34737...heir-fuel.html
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Does anybody have the full question that redbull asked the FIA to clarify?

By reading the response I think Ferrari might have been able to tune the fuel flow to increase in the interval that's not being tested and then decrease it when it is being tested. Not necessarily capture the tested fuel and use it later (I wouldn't assume modern fuel flow meters actually remove a sample from the supply for testing and then discard anyways, it can be tested in line as it passes to the injectors) but just increase the fuel flow on a wave function of some sort. This is why the Redbull question would include the term "signal filtering".
One thing is for sure ...
According Horner :The Ferrari's started to smell like grapefruit juice .
According Toto Wolff : It's a strong strawberry smell ..

=>https://www.thedrive.com/accelerator...apefruit-juice
=>https://newsbeezer.com/japaneng/red-...l-f1-gate-com/
=>https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/34737...heir-fuel.html
Race gas itself usually has a sweeter smell to it as it is. Apparently it's because of the additives. Not sure the smell thing would really have any affect on the current understanding of the alledged changes Ferrari has been using.
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I don't think he's right though. I looked at the mini-sectors and the Ferraris are setting purple at almost every mini-sector out of a corner then every thing becomes slow. The higher drag from higher wong angles theory makes sense. The cars are fast out of a corner then air residence/drag slows them down.
I'm pretty sure F1 drivers like Lewis and MAX know it better than us ..They confirmed about the Ferrari situation .
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Race gas itself usually has a sweeter smell to it as it is. Apparently it's because of the additives. Not sure the smell thing would really have any affect on the current understanding of the alledged changes Ferrari has been using.
I know . But suddenly when they noticed the strong smell . The Ferrari's went also in Jet-Mode .
Coincidence ? I don't think so....
People like Horner and Wolff know how race fuel smells .
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I know . But suddenly when they noticed the strong smell . The Ferrari's went also in Jet-Mode .
Coincidence ? I don't think so....
People like Horner and Wolff know how race fuel smells .
Or did they mention that smell only because they are actively looking for something. Once you get it in your mind that something must be going on, you start looking for excuses or the smallest things.

What if Ferrari gave all their team Jolly Rancher's candies, and so every time someone is near a stationary car, they all of a sudden also smell a sweet something nearby?

Don't forget that when the Ferrari's first started being quick, the addition of the cape was the explanation there.
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Or did they mention that smell only because they are actively looking for something. Once you get it in your mind that something must be going on, you start looking for excuses or the smallest things.

What if Ferrari gave all their team Jolly Rancher's candies, and so every time someone is near a stationary car, they all of a sudden also smell a sweet something nearby?

Don't forget that when the Ferrari's first started being quick, the addition of the cape was the explanation there.
F1 engineers won't be fooled by a fata morgana .
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In F1 its a fine line between innovation and cheating.
Ferrari certainly do have some form in this area...but then so does Red Bull.
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Goodnight my friend it's no mirage that we are getting up early, myself at 06.30
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Hamilton to Ferrari for 2021 season rumors heating back up.
I just don’t see this. Lewis is extremely savvy re: his chances of winning an 8th WDC; (assuming he wins the 7th in 2020, and this will be tough). Whilst Mercedes aren’t immune to making stupid pit calls, their incompetence pails in comparison that is the Ferrari ‘strategy’ shitshow.

Bottom line: if Lewis has beaten all of Schumacher’s records except for getting the 8th WDC, he’s staying at MB.
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I just don’t see this. Lewis is extremely savvy re: his chances of winning an 8th WDC; (assuming he wins the 7th in 2020, and this will be tough). Whilst Mercedes aren’t immune to making stupid pit calls, their incompetence pails in comparison that is the Ferrari ‘strategy’ shitshow.

Bottom line: if Lewis has beaten all of Schumacher’s records except for getting the 8th WDC, he’s staying at MB.
Rumors started by Toto himself.

I guess time will tell about Ferrari's pace. Brazil will tell us the truth.
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Hamilton to Ferrari for 2021 season rumors heating back up.
Never say never, but I can't see that happening.

Several reasons:
1.He won't have the freedom at Ferrari to do in his off time what he is doing now, ie fashion, music, etc.
2. Why move from a winning team to one that is not quite up there?
3. I can't see him and CL getting along, it will be similar to his first year at Mclaren with Alonso as his team mate. We all know how that played out...
4. Why would Ferrari even be interested in him, seeing that he is at the end of his career? He probably only has another 4 years or so left. I would rather be looking at a Sainz, Verstappen, Norris,etc. Even Danny Ric would be a better bet ito longevity.
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One thing is for sure ...
According Horner :The Ferrari's started to smell like grapefruit juice .
According Toto Wolff : It's a strong strawberry smell ..


=>https://www.thedrive.com/accelerator...apefruit-juice
=>https://newsbeezer.com/japaneng/red-...l-f1-gate-com/
=>https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/34737...heir-fuel.html
That can mean only thing......

One of them clearly can't smell.
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That can mean only thing......

One of them clearly can't smell.
It was definitely strawberry and grapefruit juice mixed together then
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Never say never, but I can't see that happening.

Several reasons:
1.He won't have the freedom at Ferrari to do in his off time what he is doing now, ie fashion, music, etc.
2. Why move from a winning team to one that is not quite up there?
3. I can't see him and CL getting along, it will be similar to his first year at Mclaren with Alonso as his team mate. We all know how that played out...
4. Why would Ferrari even be interested in him, seeing that he is at the end of his career? He probably only has another 4 years or so left. I would rather be looking at a Sainz, Verstappen, Norris,etc. Even Danny Ric would be a better bet ito longevity.
Agree one of the hot favourites for Ferrari would be Max,my choice. I just can't see Ham changing only for the sake of change and he would then be on his last rounds in F1.
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