According to this, we'll thankfully have a clear day:
Lotus will have it's so much desired time to "switch" their new DDRS, now it's just follow it up and wait to see what performance boost will it really bring to them.
Given the obligatory low drag configuration that teams run on Monza, free practices there often provides the viewers with some nice car's control demonstrations from the supposed "best drivers of the world".
Here it's is a simple and short sums up of Monza's track charactectics, by Kobayashi:
But Monza is different to Spa. Spa has medium- to high-speed corners and this is where we are competitive. Monza is labelled as high speed - and that is true on the straights, but never in the corners, or probably only in the last corner. So what you need in Monza is to be fast on the straights. But with less wing we have less downforce, so we have to find out how to balance our car to best fit this track’s demands.
Edited by BetaVersion, 07 September 2012 - 05:39.