2021 Concept Cars

Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by Greenlantern101, Sep 14, 2018.

  1. cider_and_toast

    cider_and_toast Everything in moderation Staff Member Premium Contributor

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    Technical - The Lotus, The Comet and the myth of “Trickle Down” Technology

    F1 has followed motoring trends throughout its history and has very rarely set trends. I believe the cars really should push what is technically possible but, this won't happen for 3 reasons.

    1) It would cost too much
    2) The tracks couldn't handle faster cars
    3) It would require much more freedom of regulation.
     
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  3. The Pits

    The Pits Harumph. Again. Valued Member

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    Trickle down from F1 in the motoring realm is mostly marketing, e.g. powered by f1.

    Technical trickle down falls mostly outside, medical sensors being a key that i can think of, although I'm not sure regarding battery and hybrid tech.

    Regulation change would be necessary to allow innovation which could trickle down. Failing that, try the homologation route.
     
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