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Late Renault Switch Gave McLaren Engine Packaging Problems – Tim Goss

4 months ago

from: TheCheckeredFlag.co.uk

( 348 views )

The location of the Renault turbocharger gave McLaren packaging headaches, but these have already been rectified, according to technical director Tim Goss. read more »

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McLaren has overcome Renault F1 engine packaging headaches

4 months ago

from: Autosport.com

( 667 views )

McLaren technical director Tim Goss is confident his team has successfully overcome packaging headaches caused by Renault's engine architecture without having to... read more »

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How Ferrari spent most engine tokens last winter

over 2 years ago

from: F1Technical.net

( 511 views )

Ferrari emerged as the hungriest consumer in terms of engine development tokens over the winter. The Italian manufacturer proved to be adamat to completely revise its engine... read more »

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'Big misunderstanding' with McLaren's size zero concept - Eric Boullier

over 2 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 967 views )

Eric Boullier thinks there has been a "big misunderstanding" over McLaren's 'size zero' aero concept and insists the team did not impose anything on... read more »

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McLaren drivers impressed by aero package

over 2 years ago

from: GPUpdate.net

( 380 views )

McLaren drivers Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button say they are impressed by the aerodynamic packaging on the outfit's 2016 challenger, the MP4-31, after it was… read more »

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McLaren backs 'size zero' packaging

over 2 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 481 views )

McLaren believes its 'size zero' concept remains the way forward in Formula 1, with racing director Eric Boullier insisting there are no regrets over its introduction... read more »

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Honda to continue with 'size zero' approach

over 2 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 641 views )

McLaren-Honda will continue with its "size zero" approach to packaging its power unit next year. Honda's return to Formula One this year has been marred by... read more »

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Tech Bite: McLaren pushing ahead with aero updates

over 3 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 593 views )

McLaren introduced a raft of changes to the MP4-30 for Malaysia, aimed at further improving airflow around the car and maximizing their 'size zero' rear-end... read more »

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Lotus releases first images of their 2015 challenger

over 3 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 681 views )

Lotus has sprung a surprise and released images of its new E23 Hybrid ahead of its official launch, which is due at the first pre-season test later this week. The outfit has... read more »

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Lotus reveals E23 Hybrid

over 3 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

( 1015 views )

Lotus has unveiled its 2015 challenger, the Mercedes-powered E23 Hybrid. Lotus finished a lowly eighth in last year's Constructors' Championship but is hopeful that... read more »

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'No surprise if Mercedes finish two laps ahead'

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 911 views )

Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has made a startling prediction, saying he wouldn't be surprised if Mercedes were to finish two laps ahead of their rivals. Whilst... read more »

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Gurmit's View: A Question of Packaging

over 4 years ago

from: Pitpass.com

( 642 views )

The RB10 is clearly one of the prettiest cars this year, it also looks highly efficient aerodynamically, it's the packaging of the power unit that is causing problems. read more »

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Newey admits Red Bull underestimated cooling needs

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 499 views )

Adrian Newey has admitted Red Bull were at fault for the majority of the problems experienced in Jerez, confirming he and his design team underestimated the new V6 cooling... read more »

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Newey admits packaging hurt Red Bull

over 4 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 512 views )

Adrian Newey has admitted that packaging problems with the new RB10 contributed to Red Bull's troubled Jerez Formula 1 test read more »

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Red Bull making 'progress' admits Ricciardo

over 4 years ago

from: F1Zone.net

( 638 views )

Daniel Ricciardo says Red Bull is confident the world champion team will overcome its technical crisis. The new RB10 barely ran at the opening Jerez test recently amid... read more »

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Horner: 'Nothing majorly wrong with RB10'

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 689 views )

Red Bull team princial Christian Horner insists there are no major problems with the new RB10, despite a disastrous first pre-season test in Jerez. The team completed just 21... read more »

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Horner declines to blame Newey

over 4 years ago

from: Crash.Net

( 739 views )

Red Bull team principal will not point the finger at Adrian Newey for early problems with the RB10 despite tight packaging leading to cooling... read more »

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Horner confident in RB10 design

over 4 years ago

from: PlanetF1.com

( 404 views )

Christian Horner has refuted suggestions that there are fundamental design flaws with the RB10 and its tight packaging... read more »

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Q&A with Paddy Lowe on the challenges ahead

over 4 years ago

from: MotorSportWeek.com

( 1085 views )

Q. How significant is the change in technical regulations for the 2014 season? Paddy Lowe: For 2014 we have probably the greatest change in regulations in Formula One history.... read more »

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Ferrari: works teams have huge 2014 edge

over 4 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 358 views )

Formula 1's manufacturer teams will enjoy a huge advantage in 2014 because of the complexities of packaging the new power units, reckons Ferrari technical director James... read more »

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Ferrari holds 2014 engine packaging advantage - Allison

over 4 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 287 views )

Ferrari technical director James Allison is confident Ferrari will have a big advantage in 2014 due to its in-house engine department read more »

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C32's packaging a 'big challenge'

over 5 years ago

from: EspnF1.com

( 544 views )

Sauber chief designer Matt Morris says the packaging of the new C32 has been a "very big challenge" over the winter read more »

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Perez crash inspired Sauber sidepods

over 5 years ago

from: Autosport.com

( 519 views )

The new Sauber C32's aggressive narrow sidepod packaging was inspired by Sergio Perez's accident in qualifying for the 2011 Monaco Grand Prix read more »