F1: Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) News F1 Racer Passes Crash Tests
Friday, Ferrari’s (NYSE:RACE) latest Formula 1 contender successfully passed its FIA frontal crash tests, and it is believed to be the 1st Y 2018 racer tested.
The car, known as the 669, passed the tests at the FIA-approved CSI facility at Bollate, near Milan, under the supervision of technical director Mattia Binotto.
Earlier it passed the Key static tests.
The Scuderia reached the Key test mark 2 months before the scheduled launch of the new car on 22 February allowing plenty of time for further development.
Ferrari now has to comply with the recently issued Technical Directive 044 on steering and front suspension, which is intended to stop teams from lowering the front ride height in corners.
Ferrari and the other Top F1 teams in the process modifying the original geometry in order to remove any doubts about legality.
The new car is the work of the Maranello team led by chief designer Simone Resta and head of aerodynamics Enrico Cardile.
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