The formula 1 has been around for a long time a Problem: For the normal spectators, the races are always one-sided and boring. The dominance of the strong financial team is getting bigger and bigger. The Rennverläufe are more of a tactical skirmish game, pit-stop strategies and tyre dominated the game for spectacular Overtaking.
of Course, driver safety has the highest priority. Nevertheless, it has been recognized, the Problem is that it is for the driver in the last few years has become increasingly difficult, to be Overtaking. This also has to do with the increasingly sophisticated cars and technical upgrading of the cars. Therefore, it was adjusted in a first step to the upcoming formula 1 season from 2019 the regulations. Especially from the technical innovations, the managers promise a lot.
Changes for more spectacle
innovations ensure it is in the field of aerodynamics. In addition to General aerodynamic simplifications of the front is trimmed wing. The resulting air turbulence at the front of the vehicle, the so-called "Dirty Air should be minimized", as simulations show.
also a new start procedures, or a new starting line-up was Simulated. How to change the starting procedure and the race, if you can, for example, the cars closer to each other or parallel at the same height to start? The Simulator from Liberty Media, the rights holders of formula 1, was used for the design of the 2020, for the first time in the calendar recorded new course of Hanoi, revealed Amazing.
"We don't have a third asked what would happen if we move the cars closer together or side by side to start – or four as before, but the two of them", - quotes "motorsport.com" Pat Symonds who is familiar with engineering projects of the formula 1. So it would be in parallel Starts to 3 percent more accidents, and 5 percent more Overtaking.
With an implementation in reality, however, is not expected for the time being. Rather, you want to wait for more test results. "We want to detach ourselves from the activism of earlier and more scientific way to act," said Symonds about the possible rule change. (Tages-Anzeiger.ch/Newsnet)
Created: 16.01.2019, 11:42 am