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2014 F1: Ferrari to race with pull-rod suspension

Ferrari-F1-fotoshowImage-ce3ac885-744938Two world champions will fight for Ferrari in this exciting season, even as various regulation changes expecting tight fight in Formula 1.

Some top fighters announced their launching schedule and preparing for pre-season testing, Formula 1 top famed Italian outfit still not be confirmed their unveiling date, all Ferrari fans are expecting they will introduce a powerful V6 machine for 2014.

Auto motor und sport technology expert Giorgio Piola reported that, Ferrari goes back to 2014 pushrod suspension.

Images: 2014 Ferrari F1 front pull-rod suspension

2012 Ferrari F2012 was equipped at the front with a normal pullrod suspension, the Italian out-fit’s one of the major modifications relates to the front suspension.

But this does not mean that Ferrari was dissatisfied with the old solution. The change could have its basis in the new regulations. 2014, the chassis is lowered at the front by 10 centimetres.

With the pushrod variant in the lower part of the chassis is more free space because it focuses on the upper part of the cockpit tube. The air can thus flow in the important lower zone cleaner backwards.

Ferraris-front-pull-rod-suspension

Ferrari was struggled in 2013 regarding problems with aerodynamics – but rather in the rear area of the car.

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