Porpoising and bouncing have been the buzzwords of the 2022 F1 season, with the subject coming to a head after loads of drivers complained of experiencing abominable bodily signs after the scramble in Baku.
That led to the FIA introducing a novel technical directive on the subject sooner than the Canadian GP – however beautiful what does all of it imply, are the measures beautiful, and would possibly dangle to they really resolve the problems loads of teams dangle skilled this season?
These are a pair of of the questions that host Edd Straw and historical F1 technical director Gary Anderson discover to acknowledge to on this week’s model of the F1 Tech Squawk.
After a weekend of blended climate in Montreal, Anderson additionally dives into the enviornment of how teams place up their autos for moist climate, and why some autos are significantly higher in soggy stipulations than others.
He additionally solutions a listener search data from on whether or not making modifications to Pirelli’s 2022 tyres – reasonably then pricey vehicle modifications – will be the acknowledge to the porpoising points seen so far this season.
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