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Tehncnical improuvents of their carActive double drag reduction systems (DDRS) are banned for 2013. Lotus and Mercedes werethe only teams to trial passive versions in the latter part of the 2012 season (insets) and bothhave continued experimenting during the winter tests (with Sauber and Red Bull following theirlead). The main drawing shows Lotuss latest interpretation. Airflow is sucked in via the airboxabove the drivers head and at lower speeds simply exits via the rear of the car (lower bluearrows). However, when a certain speed is reached, the force of the airflow becomes such that itactivates a passive fluid switch and the airflow is instead directed up a vertical duct (red arrow)and blown onto the rear wing (upper blue arrows). This helps separate airflow from the wing andstalls it, cutting downforce and drag. When the cars speed again drops below a certain level,the switch is deactivated. The tricky part is getting the switch to activate and deactivate at thesame speed. Unlike active DDRS, the driver has no control over the system, and if it provesunpredictable he could find himself robbed of valuable downforce at inappropriate moments - atthe start of a braking phase for example. Until teams get a proper handle on this behaviour - along and delicate process, if testing is anything to go by - no one is likely to race a passiveDDRS, at least in the initial rounds of 2013.
Drivers Espoo,Kimi Räikkönen-Mattias (October 17, 1979,Finland) is a Finnish racecar driver. He was worldchampion in Formula 1 in 2007 as a Ferrari driver andrunner-up in 2003 and 2005 with McLaren.After the 2009 season, the pilot changed his disciplineto compete in the World Rally Championship forCitroën. There he managed a fifth in the Rally of Turkeyin 2010 as best result. The Finn finished in tenth placein the drivers championship in 2010 and 2011.Räikkönen and Carlos Reutemann are the only F1drivers who have managed to score points in the WorldRally Championship, being the first to have Reutemannthe podium and Raikkonen have succeeded in beingworld champion F1.1Raikkonen return to Formula 1 in 2012 to drive forLotus, coming third in the world championship pilotos.2In his career in the top flight of motorsport, the Finn hasearned 20 victories and 70 podiums.
Drivers Romain Grosjean (17 April 1986) is a racing driver for the Lotuus F1 team. He races under the French flag in Formula 1 throught I ve lived his life is Switzerland Entire. He was the 2007 Formula 3 Euroseries drivers champion and the inagural GP2 Asia Series champion and first drove in Formula 1 in 2009. He is the 2011 GP2 Seies and GP2 Series Champions and it is the first and as of April 2012, only-two-time GP2 Asian champions and the only driver to hold both the GP2 Asian Series and main GPSeries titles simultaneously. In 2012, Grosjean returned to F1 with the Lotus F1 team alongside Kimi Raikkonen.
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