My point is the significance of the change for teams. The originally proposed changes were massive and you could argue it was another chance to reset the field (like in 2009). But it now looks like the 2013 aero will carry over into 2014, with changes to accommodate and take advantage of the new 2014 gearbox-ERS-engine package.
Good news for all teams or more beneficial to some teams? At least there will be less of a strain on aero development resources next year.
yes. This made Lewis move to Mercedes even more regretfull
Yeah, frigging wide FW causing the majority of first corner incidents, making wheel-to-to wheel racing a rare specialty. And yes, it is just abnormally ugly.
Have a feeling that this here is the point and the date when Mecedes' chances for 2014 are starting to fade considerably. It sounds like Mateschitz has two teams, on the grid, and now they have the FIA in the pocket too. Brace yourselves for another three Vettel WDC's, the next few year's will be a walk in the park for Red Bull. They mihght even reward Mar Webber with an in-between WDC just for the fun of it. 630 mill, and more. Impressive, really.
we thought the same here. I also believe this is very bad particularly for Mercedes. The 2014 changes were where their bigger chances/hopes would be.
Edited by BetaVersion, 05 December 2012 - 23:36.