Aitken: Analysis of the behavior of machines allows a lot to understandMarch 1, 2019
Renault test driver Jack Aitken today is present at the tests in Barcelona, although yesterday he worked on Formula 2 tests on another Spanish track in Valencia.
This season, he will have to work regularly on a simulator based on the team, and on Friday morning he watches the races on the Catalan ring, because he believes that this provides useful information.
“Analyzing the behavior of machines, one can see and understand a lot,” said Jack. – It adds real information to the overall picture. I already know the calculated data by heart, but at some point this begins to be missed.
I have not piloted the R.S.19, but it is interesting to observe how it changes direction. By the way the car comes out of the 2nd turn and enters the 3rd, you can understand a lot.
Of course, the task of the team in 2019 was to reduce the backlog of leaders. The team reigns atmosphere of calm confidence, because all that they wanted to do on the tests, they do, no problems arise. In general, while everything is going fine. ”
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