Sport James Allison in front of Imola: The challenges nobody thinks about

11:30  30 october  2020
11:30  30 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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James Allison weiß, an was Formel-1-Teams alles denken müssen © Motorsport Images James Allison knows what Formula 1 teams have to think about

With Imola, the fourth track on the program this weekend, which in was not part of the Formula 1 calendar in recent years. A new track presents the teams with a lot of challenges - but not necessarily the ones that every fan thinks of immediately, as Mercedes Technical Director James Allison reveals.

"This is a season with a lot of new tracks and that gives us some headaches," he says. "We have to look for new hotels, we have to figure out which airports we have to go to, how to get the team there and back, and so on," he says.

"It's not exactly high on many people's lists when they think of the challenges of a new track. But it all has to be organized," said Allison.

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He knows that most people think more about the technical difficulties and preparation for a new course. And of course that is a completely different challenge. "A new route adds to the workload and introduces some uncertainty," said Allison.

"We don't have a long checklist of things that have gone wrong in the past. And we also don't have a detailed knowledge of how the car will behave," continues the chief technology officer.

But Mercedes can rely on its simulation tools. "As long as we know what the tarmac looks like, how rough it is and what the layout of the curbs and the racing line is, we can get a good estimate of what we need to be fast on this track."

And as always, the focus is on the tires - regardless of whether the route is known or unknown. "If we get them into the work area, the car will have a good balance. And if we can do that, we will have a good weekend," said Allison.

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