2012 Ferrari 633 chassis passed FIA crash tests

2012 Ferrari F1 car has passed the stringent tests of the FIA crash tested to monohulls that will fight in F1, according to sources in Italy. 2012 F1 season sees the initiate of a new rule which states that all chassis must pass the mandatory FIA crash tests before they can take part in pre-season testing.

According to AS, the new Ferrari car has passed the stringent tests of the FIA crash tested to monohulls that will compete in Formula 1, according to sources in Italy.

To this end, Ferrari has made some improvements, such as reinforcements in various areas with sheets of carbon fiber in order to strengthen the sides of the car. Just two days, Ferrari’s new creation, dubbed the 633, could not pass those tests.

All equipment must pass the crash tests before they can participate in preseason testing.

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