Brazil tech: 2015 data gathering ramps up

Brazil tech: 2015 data gathering ramps up

While Mercedes kept pushing with 2014 developments, its rivals were sprouting an array of sensors to gather information for next year, as CRAIG SCARBOROUGH explains

As the penultimate race of the season and with the previous race just a week ago, the Brazilian Grand Prix did not seem like a race for big development strides. Yet Mercedes was still improving its 2014 car.

Elsewhere in the pitlane, a wide array of sensors were being employed by teams as they gather crucial data on planned designs for 2015.

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