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New 1. January 29, 2015 01:31 pm
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MP4-30

New 2. January 31, 2015 12:33 am
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Shinshiro, Aichi, Japan
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@ Nuno: Should have guessed that you started this thread before me!! LOL!! I was going to post as well but you are missing some of the cars!!

Ferrari SF15-T 2015


Mercedes W06


Sauber C34


McLaren MP4- 30


Lotus E23


Williams FW37


Force India *Livery Launch only- Car at second test


[b]Toro Roso STR10



New 3. January 31, 2015 01:03 am
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Shinshiro, Aichi, Japan
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Still Waiting for Red Bull to launch both their cars!! (Toro & Bull)

Interested mainly in seeing Honda McLaren running this weekend since I am very interested to see what they can do with the tightly packaged car and slim air box design that they have brought forth.

Ferrari looks slow but have added more downforce with interesting side pod designs but really the struggled more with engine more then anything last season. If that hasn't improved then expect more struggles.

Sauber is much the same as Ferrari; while the team seems to have new sponsors and a better aero package coming into the season. I don't see them improving much.

Lotus looks like a dog and I suspect they will be at the back of the field unless Merc engine pushes them up the grid.

Williams looks similar to last years car so I suspect that they will be moving down the grid with Red Bull, McLaren & Ferrari jumping back over them but they could surprise, but I won't hold my breath!!

Force India being late means 1 of 2 things either amazing new design or cash issues. With Big boss having planes falling out of the sky I would suspect the later. They will be mid pack at best!!

Toro Roso will have Red Bulls car from last year (joke) but again I don't expect much from this team. They will be mid pack or near the back depending on engine packages. Don't expect them to light any fires with such an inexperienced drivers line up. I see more damage being done rather then results but I could be wrong!!

Red Bull will have an improved season if Renault has been able to improve their engine package sadly this may not be the case. They could be heading backwards even further but how much will Newey last aero pack be worth.

Mercedes are the clear cut front runners but have not lite the design blue prints on fire meaning they are also leaving the door open for McLaren, Ferrari and maybe Red Bull to step back through. Sadly they have a right to be a bit cautions since they were clearly 2 seconds or more a head last year; add in great developed engine and they could once again run away with the championship. Honda seem to be the only challenger at the moment sadly but have not proven anything yet.
New 4. January 31, 2015 01:12 am
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Shinshiro, Aichi, Japan
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Championship Order as follows:

1. Mercedes
2. McLaren Honda
3. Ferrari
4. Williams
5. Red Bull
6. Toro Roso
7. Force India
8. Sauber
9. Lotus

Based on what I suspect and what I have seen with designs so far!! I also think we have a four tier race this season as follows:

Pack 1: Mercedes (maybe McLaren Honda)
Pack 2: McLaren Honda, Ferrari, Williams (maybe Red Bull)
Pack 3: Red Bull, Toro Roso, Force India (maybe Sauber)
Pack 4: Sauber, Lotus

It's hard to predict but with testing for most teams this weekend we will start to see a better picture of what is to come this season!!
New 5. January 31, 2015 08:25 pm
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Lavradio
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My intention only was to start the topic
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New 6. February 1, 2015 06:12 am
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Shinshiro, Aichi, Japan
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Well, I took it over!! LOL!!
New 7. February 3, 2015 08:34 pm
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Lavradio
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the camouflaged RB11

New 8. February 9, 2015 08:26 am
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Not a new car, but great news for the Antipodean race fans!

http://m.foxsports.com.au/motor-sport/formula-one/daniel-ricciardo-top-gear-australian-f1-ace-smashes-lap-record-in-challenge/story-e6frf3zl-1227212678528

Danny Ric, what a legend!
New 9. February 17, 2015 12:25 pm
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Town
Lavradio
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the future of F1 cars, by Ferrari
New 10. February 18, 2015 01:59 am
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Shinshiro, Aichi, Japan
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Interesting but sadly will never been seen!! Here is why:

1. Too much drag on the front end with the over sized wings; no F1 team would ever design that unless forced!!

2. Rear wing is way to low and wouldn't produce enough downforce that the current F1 cars need to corner so again only if they were forced to go that low & small would they!!

3. Side pods are too wide and don't flow around the rear tire & rear of the car to maximize downforce and areo performance of the back of the car. Again this wouldn't be designed unless forced!!

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