Discussion in 'Formula One Discussion' started by FB, Dec 21, 2014.
Brawn envisages all-electric F1 - Pitpass.com
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... and then Formula E boss Alejandro Agag scuppers that thought
The thing with formula E is it’s a bit shit. If formula 1 goes all electric, the following would need to be met:
Cars should be capable of 200mph+
Cars should be capable of covering 200 miles without switching cars
Teams need to be developing technology that is road car applicable.
Since self-driving cars seem to be the way of the future, that would mean creating self-driving F1 cars. How many on here would watch such a series? I wouldn't.
it was quite interesting that 2004 Ferrari had it hypothetically been on the 2018 grid would've qualified 14th in austraila, 11th in Bahrain, 9th in Canada, 5th in Italy & 15th in China. that's all despite less sticky tyres, no party modes & 15yr old aerodynamics. whose to say you stick the 2004 v10 engine in 2018 ferrari. they wouldn't have gone much faster or would it be interesting to get rid of engine rules & let people do what they want you could have a grid of V10s & hybrid V6's. could help the budget problem & B teams for the privateers at the back of the grid
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