Yes, it was quite amazing how a few designers interpreted the 2014 F1-car nose directives so radically different - all in the name of increased t-bone accident protection.
What I do find ironic, though, is that last year's power units were homologated with allowances of only limited mod tokens to increase liability and safety. Now Honda comes in as a (re)new(ed) power unit supplier, but they have only until next month to freeze their development for the year - while the engine suppliers from last year can still improve - token by token.
Anyway, I'm a hardcore F1 fan and will be watching every race on the 2015 race schedule. But I am happy that the era of butt ugly noses on F1 car seems to be a thing of the past. Let's see, how each team with their own little secrets will manage to compare to an old newcomer (Honda). Too bad, I still have to wait another 67 days for the start of the new F1 racing season.
We keep seeing F1 cars coming up on cars a bit ahead of them and the leading car crashing into those and/or running them off the track.
You need to know that those cars are in the “blind spots” of the leading drivers, who cannot turn their head easily or enough due to safety concerns.
Turn up the lights, turn up the volume.
Gonna be my first time attending an F1 event in Belgium next month. Just curious if I'll need earplugs because if I'll need a pair I'm gonna order a pair of . They seem to have other products on their website but I really like this filtered one.
I do have a condition called hyperacusis that...