Formula 1 is one of the most loved sport in the racing department. It has been number one from the start in the racing world when Sir Jack Brabham became one of the best driver in the world in this sports. There are many other racing sports nut no one can beat the thrill and high performance of F1 cars. Suddenly in the recent years many of the big stack holder are trying to impose their vision on this sport. As the new race will take place at Vietnam in 2020. There are many issues which are being faced by the teams of formula 1 because prize money has been consistently dropped in the last 2 years.
Many driver are busy in doing practice session as a team play, these practices are being held by the team to simply understand their cars ne functions. Other teams are trying to push their boundaries and pilling on the aero performance of their cars.
New formula 1 cars are using luminous flow in them. This luminous flow –vis paint is used to control the air flow of a car and as it was evidenced in the recent practice session of Austria. This new technology is being introduced to control the car and prevent it to go aero dynamic during the race. With the limited testing these luminous flow are going to be used in the next race of Vietnam.
In which department these cars are struggling
As the team of MCL33 faced in the qualifying round said by the Richard Paul. He also told that car has been showing some missing in the performance, it is missing the grid and also lack when we accelerate to increase pace. This was the simple interview of the Paul Richard but he did not mentioned that were is the actual problem is in the car. The engineer of MLC33 are trying to diagnose this particular issue from their car from the last 3 months. According to them the problem will manifest itself in slow and short radius corners. This was considered a big problem just because the team couldn’t survive the first qualifying round.
How rules are affecting Formula 1
The negativity about the guidelines in F1 has been great to the point that individuals have even taken to ridiculing limitations of protective cap structures, which to me appears an on a very basic level smart thought. Fans care about the drivers, so why make it progressively hard to recognize them by changing their caps constantly? When I drove for McLaren, Ron Dennis offered me and my colleague Mika Hakkinen a better than average piece of cash to assume control over structure of the head protectors, yet we both said no. It’s a piece of your personality and your image. It has history and importance. The way F1 changes the guidelines can frequently appear kneejerk, however that is the race of an innovation driven game. It keeps us on our toes. This week they’re prohibiting tire changes, or whatever it might be. I hustled with a wide range of various motors, dynamic suspension, smooth tires, groove tires, however it’s still dependably been Formula One.