‘Formula 1’

The fundamental theory is simple, the more air flows through the diffuser the more downforce it will generate. However, with limitations of diffuser space, teams are at pain to develop the system further. The brilliant mind of Adrian Newey at Red Bull knows how to get more air into the diffuser by means of a secondary channel.

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Montreal is a brilliant win for McLaren. They execute the right tyre strategy and Red Bull got it wrong. It’s as simple as that actually. In Formula One. Faster cars and faster drivers don’t win all the times. There is a good reason for that, there are so many formulas for winning a grand prix. On the Canadian occasion, the most important single element of the car has to be the tyre.

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Williams driver Ralf Schumacher ran into the back of polesitter Rubens Barrichello and was sent airborne during Australian GP 2002. This picture pretty much sums up Williams season after a Ferrari domination left them fighting for the podiums. Williams only win of the 2002 season is at the Malaysian Grand Prix.

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The pendulum has swung in favour of Hamilton at Montreal after he broke the Red Bull domination for pole positions in all of the races this year. However, it’s a job half done after the two Red Bulls were on primes as opposed to the McLarens on options. It was split in terms of strategy and this could be the real story for tomorrow.

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Let’s investigate some key statistics and historical events ahead of Sunday’s Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.

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In the past, histories have shown that most battle of teammates will never end with a smile and harmony. Prost and Senna, Hamilton and Alonso, Schumacher and Barichello, Juan Pablo and Ralf and the list goes on. These are among the famous examples proving that two competitive drivers in one team are not necessarily the best of formulas.

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This picture says it all ” Beyond the Shadow of A Doubt”

By now there shouldn’t be any doubt at all of his ability to perform when it matters. Three consecutive pole position is by no means a small feat and this is coming from a no Webber’s fan. So is he now better than Vettel, yes but these things can change quickly by any alteration to one of the driver’s routine.

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Formula One resumes in Turkey after three weeks break. With such a long rest, Formula One teams took the opportunity back at the factory to reanalyze their car and get some performance updates wherever possible. With access to factory within traveling distance, the battle for extra tenths kick start immensely. Spain had shown Red Bull’s domination, however with all the new updates coming from all sides, who will go on top in Turkey?

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