La différence entre les unités de puissance des équipes | F1 TV Tech Talk | Grand Prix d’Azerbaïdjan 2021



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Que se passe-t-il dans l’unité de puissance d’une équipe de F1 ? Les animateurs de Tech Talk Sam Collins et Craig Scarborough s’y plongent pour examiner les changements subtils qui font la différence Regardez l’épisode complet de Tech Talk : http://f1.com/TechTalk-Azerbaijan Pour plus de vidéos F1®, visitez http:// www.Formula1.com Suivez F1® : http://www.instagram.com/F1 https://www.facebook.com/Formula1/ http://www.twitter.com/F1 https://www.twitch .tv/formula1 https://www.tiktok.com/@f1 #F1 .

38 réflexions sur “La différence entre les unités de puissance des équipes | F1 TV Tech Talk | Grand Prix d’Azerbaïdjan 2021

  • 6 juin 2021 à 17h32
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    SAM Collins +1…. Move over Chris Harris. Sam has the sharp wit, great accent, great knowledge, AND much better hair!

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  • 6 juin 2021 à 20h19
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    7:30 When a rumor starts saying Mercedes engineers didn't know much about turbochargers in '2013-2012', you know it's not true. One of the key moments for Mercedes was designing and testing turbocharged engines in 2011 without knowing the specs. In 2012's summer break the FIA/F1 announced the engine specs for 2014; Mercedes was already ahead at this point.

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  • 6 juin 2021 à 22h23
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    Very little detail an any of these explanations and in some respects totally wrong

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 0h41
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    Sam- "there are a lot of rumors about Mercedes opting for a split turbine layout" 5:32
    He meant to say Ferrari, right?

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 0h59
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    I love this stuff! It's so funny how Sam Collins always listens so enthusiastically to Craig Scarborough! Sam should consider renaming himself to Noddy^^ haha

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 2h31
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    I've been to Cranfield and seen the very Pegasus engine they talk about here and it is truly an engineering masterpiece; really cool that engineers may have taken inspiration from it.

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 3h11
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    As my 2010 c-class already had a turbo, I’m surprised merc hpp had to approach the truck division for insight to turbos. Im not too familiar with them in themselves, but is it correct to assume that has something to do with the compression/boost being more on par with trucks than with road cars?

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 6h58
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    if the guy on the right hadn't acted as the auxillary pointer, none of that would have made sense.

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 14h31
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    Brake magic a bad idea for Mercades ?

    This is what was suspected in Bottas failure in monaco to remove the
    wheel from the car.
    This same process of over stressing the materials by excessive heat in
    the hub fused the wheel onto the car making it impossible to remove it
    duuring the race. This could have been brought about by driver racing
    style,track tempertures,the tight layout of the track, or leaving the
    brake majic on in the race.

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 15h39
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  • 7 juin 2021 à 17h44
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    I've noticed Renault sounds different to other cars. It sounds more electric more and mechanical than other cars. Anyone know why?

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 19h28
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    Im actually surprised the engines are so different regarding intercooling and the air intake. I assumed the formula was so close that they were all very similiar

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  • 7 juin 2021 à 23h11
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    I’m pretty sure that Mercedes were doing illegal oil burning in the first 4 years or so of the new formula. It’s the only rational explanation for how they were 2.2 to even 2.5 seconds a lap faster. They were very careful to not show this off, but when Rosberg and Hamilton were going at each other it would be on display. It also explains the “party modes”, where they could dial up as much power as they needed. I find it hard to believe that every single other team were incapable of giving them trouble. Not till many years later anyways. The fact that Ferrari had to result to flat out cheating to contend is very telling.

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