Matt’s #F1 Tech Report: Saturday Tech Suzuka

Forensics Brought to you by TheJudge13 contributor Mattpt55 – the best in FIA Technical Documents looked at slightly irreverently  

Not sure if you like technical documents but are curious? Why not start here and play a little PU poker. Wonder who’s most at risk of a grid penalty for too many engines? You have come to the right place. Enjoy. Like technical documents and want more, but can’t find them anymore on the FIA site? Worry not, just check out the #TechF1 series published before each Grand Prix, right here on #TJ13.

Saturday Tech:

2015-09-26SuzukaTech3A

2015-09-26SuzukaTech3B

Saturday Naughty:

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1A

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1B

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1C

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1D

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1E

2015-09-26SuzukaNaughty1F

One response to “Matt’s #F1 Tech Report: Saturday Tech Suzuka

  1. Re: Vettel ‘s non & Verstappen’ s 3 place grid drop for a breach of the same regulation –
    Guess that shows the difference between a 4x champ and the new kid on the block…
    experience teaches you how to bullshit the scrutineers, especially considering that Seb deliberately (or forgetfully) started his practice run from a dangerous position, whereas Max kinda ended up there when his car broke down.
    Cue another bollocking for Max from ‘pushy parent’ Jos. (wonder when we’ll see Max grow a pair and ban his dad from the garage, like when Lewis sacked his dad!)
    P. S. Matt, gonna miss the race as I’m travelling today, so I won’t get the graphs done until tomorrow evening. Apologies.

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