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Smedley hints that Ferrari wind tunnel problem persists

Former Ferrari engineer Rob Smedley says it is impressive to finally be working in Formula 1 with a wind tunnel that works. The Maranello team's wind tunnel problems are well known, but when asked by Totalrace, Smedley initially answered: 'I don't like to talk about Ferrari.' Smedley, Felipe Massa's long-time race engineer at Ferrari, joined his Brazilian collegaue in moving to the Grove based Williams team for 2014. Smedley, 40, is now Williams' ‘head of performance engineering' and admitted that a major technical difference between Ferrari and his new employer is that new parts developed in Williams' wind tunnel always work as expected. 'At Williams, the correlation between the...
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