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Teams pinpoint cooling as differentiator

With the track debut of the new V6 turbo engines coming closer and closer, teams are admitting that one of the major challenges of getting and efficient and reliable package will be managing the cooling systems. Because of the bigger energy recovery package and the additional turbo, cooling requirements are much bigger than they were in 2013. Even though the internal combustion engine has downsized and will itself require slightly less radiator area to cool itself down, the additional intercooler that needs to be fitted within the sidepods will require some out of the box thinking to still end up with a neatly packages sidepod. Ferrari engineering director Pat Fry particularly believes that...
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