Ah, that's why.Austin's Formula One race track will be fast, have a signature start, pay homage to some of the world's best Grand Prix circuits and offer plenty of good sight lines for fans, according to race promoter Tavo Hellmund.
Correct, Giorgio Pantano is doing testing for both Pirelli and GP2 for the new car and new tires, and Heidfeld is doing just tire testing for Pirelli's F1 tires in last year's F1 Toyota.Pirrelli have the toyota F1 car, why would they need a GP2 car (unless pirrelli have the Gp2 contract as well)
I'm terribly sorry... the final design has been officially unveiled and it will be exactly like a F1 car in terms of aero. http://www.autosport.com/gallery/index.php/id/2190Ahh, in that case, Dear Dallara:
Please dont emulate F1 this time. Please continue along the previous car's lines. GP2 doesn't need to copy F1's ugly designs, the racing is great as is.