Spaulding commented on the post, FIA "aiming to ban" reactive ride height adjustment 10 years, 10 months ago
The only chance it will ever work is to bring back customer cars and even more stabilization of the rules. Otherwise, the lower tier would only show how pathetically slow poorly optimized and poorly funded race cars can be.
Whoever said Chinese courts were fair to begin with. They aren’t exactly known for being real big on the whole justice part. Most likely, this will either be settled behind the scenes and charges will get dropped […]
Yes, this is what I was thinking too. It’s not really that complicated, the FIA have a pretty good idea of how long each race should last, so it’s easy to just make DRS be available for 5% of the race in total […]
It’s not just the circuit owners. Whether it makes sense or not, alot of drivers in the past have been resistant to improved safety. Dale Earnhart was vehemently against the HANS device or any other similar device […]
For years, Ferrari had Bridgestone in its back pocket and during alot of that time, the entire Bridgestone F1 team was geared specifically towards making the compounds for Ferrari’s car. Therefore, it is likely […]
While I agree that oval racing, just like every other form of racing, is inherently dangerous, I don’t currently see a need for canopies or drastic reductions in speed. Most of the IRL cars, when in oval […]