Formula One electronics supplier says it really is possible no autos finish in Melbourne: Electronics supplier thinks answers to preseason problems could get months

Electronics supplier thinks solutions to preseason issues could take months

By: GMM on March 10, 2014

Toro Rosso has experienced its share of troubles during Formula One preseason testing.

LAT PHOTOGRAPHIC – Toro Rosso has knowledgeable its share of troubles during Formula A single preseason testing.

It is feasible each and every single car will fail to finish Sunday’;s season-opening Formula One Australian Grand Prix.

That is the claim of Roberto Dalla, the head of F1 electronics supplier Magneti Marelli. He told Italy’;s La Gazzetta dello Sport that the electronics of the autos have grow to be so considerably far more difficult in 2014, without a corresponding enhance in the quantity of preseason testing.

“Last yr, there was a single unit made by McLaren that was the brain of each factor,” Dalla stated. “But now it only has control of a portion, and the underlying challenge is to be able to operate like an orchestra: the engine, the turbo, the recovery programs. To uncover the correct solutions will consider one more 2 to 3 months. Performing it for the duration of 3 winter sessions with only 12 days in complete was a true mission extremely hard.

“In Melbourne, it could take place that all the autos do not see the finish line, simply because each staff skilled significant problems in testing.”

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