Wednesday, October 2, 2013


This is an excellent analysis done by Matt Somefield of Pitpass about the Singapore GP. To read the full article proceed HERE.

Under the bright lights of the Marina Bay circuit in Singapore the teams encountered the polar opposite of the demands of the last round at Monza.

This high downforce configuration street circuit puts huge demands on both the cars and drivers as they struggle to overcome the heat. Several revisions have been made to the track to improve safety with the largest coming in the form of an altered turn 10.

Dubbed the Singapore Sling, the chicane that used to reside at T10 was replaced by a simple left-hander, much to the delight of the many drivers who have been airborne through there over the last few years.

Simulations ahead of the Grand Prix by the teams was seeing an increase in apex speeds of around 40kmh, this would help to lower lap times by at least a second and help to get the race distance under the designated two hours.

To read the full article proceed HEREIf you enjoyed this posting, please do share it with your network so more people can enjoy it as well. Also, check out my t-shirt design for Sebastian Vettel fans below (designs for other teams and drivers also available), click on image.

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