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Listen to Ferrari and McLaren fire their 2020 F1 cars into life

  • Published on 30 Jan 2020 08:47
  • comments 7
  • By: Fergal Walsh

On Wednesday, we shared a post of Mercedes, who offered the sound of their being fired up in their factory.

Today, there are two more teams who have shared posts of their 2020 challengers being fired into life - Ferrari and McLaren

Ferrari is set to be the first team to officially unveil its new car to the public, as it has set a launch date for Tuesday, February 11th, 2020 in Reggio Emilia, Italy.

And then McLaren, who will take the wraps off its new car, the MCL35, two days later in Woking. 

 

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  • Beautiful sound. Somehow it sounds better than the cars on track.

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    • Jan 30 2020 - 15:51
    • Dert38

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      For me it's same. Maybe even on track better

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      • Jan 30 2020 - 17:39
    • Most of the cars sound like this while standing still in the pits, but we never get as pure recordings of them there due to distance, noise and wind. Aside from these promos, we never get so pure, detailed recordings of the noise while the cars are in neutral.

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      • Jan 30 2020 - 18:31
  • RogerF1

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    Of the three, like the McL sound more. Merc and Ferrari didn’t seem to spike the revs so much?

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    • Jan 30 2020 - 17:14
    • I think it's due to how they rev the cars. It was the same thing last year, albeit I'm not sure which team revved what way.

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      • Jan 30 2020 - 18:31
  • The Ferrari is the favourite so far. Some really deep, rough growls there. I'll second Mercedes, while Renault is third. Will be interesting to see where the Honda will land, generally speaking I tend to place their sound 2nd or even with Ferrari (but in a different way).

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    • Jan 30 2020 - 18:28
  • Love it, love it !!!!!!!!!!

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    • Jan 30 2020 - 20:59

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