Ferrari to close windtunnel following with the issues

Ferrari F1 team declare that they are planning to shut down own wind-tunnel in Maranello with the intention of validate it is working accurately.

Previously Maranello squad have developed their car with troubled wind-tunnel, it was not working perfectly, following 2011 Ferrari revealed that it was using Toyota’s windtunnel in order to develop its car and also be used to develop the teams’ 2013 challenger.

Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo revealed that team principal Stefano Domenicali has taken the decision to close their wind-tunnel following the recalibrated and the problems recognized.

“The real trouble is that sometimes the data matches and this creates even more confusion,” Montezemolo told Gazzetta dello Sport.

“Domenicali has reached a conclusion: to shut down our windtunnel for a while and do our tests elsewhere, in order to verify and re-calibrate everything. It will take time.

“I don’t know whether this will happen in December or January, it’s up to him: I have absolute faith in Domenicali.”

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