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Discussion in 'F1 Cars' started by Ben Warren, Jan 25, 2012.
I was correct.
Van der Garde 3th driver at Caterham. Smart move.
Better then paying for a seat at HRT and not moving forward.
Kovalainen's new helmet:
Incredible picture of the Caterham, you can see the vortices.
Sauber style exhaust.
I spotted this little air duct on the side of the Caterham side-pod. (see close-up in circle)
Anyone want to speculate where it flows to?
1st choice: Cooling KERS and other equipment. Doesn't slow down air as much as a radiator does so it can be probably returned back to the airflow. It does slow down so it might be used to direct airflow. Need to see the exit first..
2nd choice: Exit around the exhaust? That create interesting conditions, slow moving slightly warmed air surrounds the hot high velocity exhaust.. But first we need to really locate the exit.
1st choice sounds a bit more relavent since Caterham and RBR have the same KERS (I might be 100% wrong on that one) and their KERS isn't the more reliable one in the grid but if I may ask, in which season was this picture taken?
Looking at the nose. 2012.
Looking at Heikki's helmet also 2012
KERS or cooling for electronics/driver.
Aren't those just brake vents? Just look at the other wheel.
Caterham runs brakes on the chassis?
JK, look at the sidepod intake and notice the little extra hole in the sidepod.
the part stuck on the brake duct is foam to measure just how much the brake ducts flex.
Uhhh... What hole?
I know it is enough with one arrow, but four was fun!
You can never have too many arrows!
Ooooooook, maybe you can...
Anyway - that's a hole? I think that's just some kind of a cavity that channels the air around... to... something... It's just the shadow and reflection of the horizontal fin-thingy that makes it look like a hole.
No kidding capten obvious......
I was asking if it was during FP1, FP2, Qualify or Race.........
You asked for the season, not the session
They used the extra intake in the race, so I assume they run it the whole weekend.