Kimi Raikkonen, Ferrari, Singapore, 2017

2017 Singapore Grand Prix practice in pictures

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Pictures from practice for the 2017 Singapore Grand Prix.

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Keith Collantine
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6 comments on “2017 Singapore Grand Prix practice in pictures”

  1. That brake disc!! Wow

    But I thought after the introduction of KERS, the braking energy is re-used and hence the discs may not glow as much, or am I wrong in trying to link the two?

    1. The electric systems use the driven (rear) wheels if i’m not mistaken

  2. It’s quite interesting that Red Bull have decided to follow Ferrari’s lead with the design of their SPLEF. Newey historically ploughs his own furrow and doesn’t really like to copy others designs, if I was Ferrari I’d be feeling quite proud of that.

    1. what in the heck is a SPLEF?

      1. Sidepod Leading Edge Flick

  3. Even in Monza team Red has their brakes catching on fire, although back then they were stationary now if the brakes are catching fire while running on track it’s time for them to reconsider cooling ducts.

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