Ferrari still struggling with wind tunnel problems 28 July, 2013 Ferrari wind tunnel at Maranello Wind tunnels and ‘bad calibration’ have plagued Ferrari for a number of years, and are apparently still causing headaches for the Maranello outfit. The fabled team moved its entire aerodynamic testing programme to the Toyota facility in Cologne, after concluding that its own wind tunnel at Maranello needed to be rebuilt because it was not producing reliable data. But Auto Motor und Sport claims that, as development progress with the 2013 Ferrari car seemed to stall recently, the data produced by the Toyota tunnel has also been raising eyebrows. “It’s a difficult situation,” admitted Simone Resta, the project chief for the Formula 138 car. “Despite having our own wind tunnel, we are still struggling and are obliged to work abroad,” he is quoted by Italian newspaper La Stampa correspondent Stefano Mancini. “We hope to resolve it by the end of summer,” added Resta. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsCan Vettel emulate Schumacher’s success at Ferrari?Massa: Kimi’s problem is psychologicalVideo: Ferrari tribute for birthday boy RaikkonenRaikkonen staying at Ferrari amid Alonso departure reportsMarchionne: We’ve got to kick some ass and quicklyMontezemolo: Fernando is leaving Ferrari for two reasonsMontezemolo: The least I expected was a thank youDomenicali joins Audi, will Alonso follow?Berger surprised by Vettel move to FerrariMattiacci: Engine freeze against principles of F1 Tamburello_1994 Yup . . . It’s the tried and trusted “wind tunnel problem” excuse right on cue. Who didn’t see that coming? Why is it A. Newey’s wind tunnel always seem to work. Wotsdatallabout? What is going on at Marinello? Hopeless Resolve it by the end of WHICH summer? Summer of 2020?