That confirms what could be figured from the press release of the chassis design company, Wirth research, saying that the new chassis will be delivered to Virgin free of charge as they were at fault...Some inside info, though a bit redundant. Virgin's fuel tank size was not due to Cossie misinformation but due to an internal error.
I had heard somewhere that one explanation for Virgin's cock up was they had changed the density of the fuel late in the year which lead to the miscalculation.. Cant remember the source though Think it may have been Joe Saward's blog or something...
SPEED's Steve Matchett mentioned during the FP2 at Sepang that some engineers in the paddock thought Ferrari was using the same system.Really don't know what to make of this. McLaren seem completely convinced Red Bull have it, yet Red Bull would have no real reason to lie blatantly about it...
Quite simple - Horner denies that they have such a system because having a ride height altering suspension would be illegal. So whatever the Red Bulls do to tackle the ride height problem can't be a ride height altering suspension - they at least call it differentely, so he can deny having such a suspension without lying.
'He said "go on, try it!" I said I do not know Lewis, I has never done zis drinking through a bier hose, but I lift it to my lips like zis and the night passed in a beautiful daze...'
That is so cool!I know, that's why I said it was redundant :lol:. I know two people that work at Virgin, and one that works at Lotus (they are good friends of my roommate's), but I get to talk to them every now and then, so I ask them questions whenever I can.
Thanks everyone!Nice pics. I still need to get my arse into gear and upload mine.
How'd you get that close-up of Mark?