Hail22 wrote:myurr wrote:When I saw that I thought it was illegal as well. I thought the front wing endplate had to be parallel to the reference plane?
If that is the case then I wonder if the new exhaust isn't allowing them to run with the rake angle they wanted so they've adjusted the front wing to still give close to the performance they're expecting whilst running the rest of the car with less rake so that the diffuser doesn't stall.
Your right to assume its illegal and its by far breaking the rules... has to be parrallel that clearly doesn't show such evidence.
The FIA will have a field day, very nice angle though i must say...just illegal xD
In testing, the cars can be run in any configuration. So, it is not illegal, unless used in a race.