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Hey, it was the only Mercedes who managed to stay on the track at Germany. It has to have decent grip.

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Why is the SC always a Mercedes? Or was it different in the past?

Edit: who gets to decide what car is going to become the SC anyway, and based on what qualifications?

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The one who pays the most money gets to provide the Safety Car

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FIA and money (well and being generally suitable, they won’t take a Mini)

level 1

This car looks great but also feels like it weighs 15 tons.

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Gotta love the Merc GTR, its design is so aesthetic

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Love how it goes all in with it’s design so many cars now look almost identical apart from headlights and grilles.

Just look at the new Land Rover for a good example of how modern cars are so passive with their design.

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A true legend, led every race it participated in

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Those disks are comically big. Before you tell me that it’s stopping power — rubber determines that.

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Rubber would determine the limits at which a car could brake. But if the disks and pads are larger, there’s more friction on the rotational force of the wheel.

More distributed pressure with bigger pads would mean more stopping power with less breaking of tire adhesion.


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