Mercedes tech update with Craig Scarborough

TRE’s Technical Expert, Craig Scarborough, details the latest aero revisions on the Mercedes F1W05 Hybrid. In conversation with Peter Windsor, Scarbs also talks about the Brembo/Carbone Industrie brake controversy at Mercedes and the “angle of attack” of the car’s front wing…

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nathanaljoe says:

First to post! 😉

SquidCaps says:

“No negative publicity” clause between teams and brake manufacturers taken to extremes? The manufacturers still get publicity, allthou it is more to the general “F1 supplier” type than “supplied the championship winner”.. They still can say each that Merc used their products.. We just don’t know when..

Gilliatt83 says:

thank you

dusty44444 says:

Surprised to hear about Mercedes probably running the same aero package at Monza. That rear wing looks huge… Of course I have no idea really, but I was thinking they would run something extremely different at Monza (all teams not only Merc of course)

jack black says:

the level of analysis I crave. I wish you guys got  your own show on SKY F1!! 

Parkie355 says:

So with next years regulations stating that the noses will have to have a more pleasing structure, that probably means that all the cars will either look like the Mercedes at Spa or the current Redbull/Marrusia. On a side note, anyone think we will see twin exhausts to amplify the sound a bit ?

Charles Henderson says:

I just hope we have a clean race without incident at Monza.

vacomments says:

At last, Scarbs tech update.
Thank you very much Mr. Windsor. Please, keep producing these tech updates.

Diplomatic Immunity says:


Michael C says:

I think the Hamilberg incident masked Merc’s pace. I think Lewis could’ve run away with the victory but I could be wrong.

_ROTE_ simplemachines says:

unlike nascar  f1 is not a contact sport
indycar s solutions to safety problems do not peak the interest

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