Whilst we have not been to the Red Bull Ring for some 11 years, the track is very similar to the likes of the Hungaroring and Silverstone: a mixture of medium/high speed corners with a few heavy braking zones thrown in for good measure. It is therefore a circuit that requires slightly higher downforce levels and good driveability from the power unit due to the multitude of undulations. The track’s gradient, particularly in the traction areas, puts the a lot of lateral acceleration into the tyres which can easily cause them to overheat, hence the importance of a strong power unit. Continue reading
Here are my first impressions on the render that Force India released today of its 2014 challenger, VJM07, on Richland F1 – http://richlandf1.com/?p=18300.
A full analysis will be up on my blog when the car is officially launched as there will be plenty of images to get my teeth sunk in to. I will only do a full analysis of each car on my blog – nowhere else! I would just like to reiterate how important my blog is compared to the other sites I write for, as without it I would not be where I am today.
Thank you for you continued support and I hope you’re looking forward to things kicking off on here over the next week or so!