DaveKillens wrote:I am of the opinion that currently the teams and drivers are using the adjustable front wing just for trim. During both the race and qualifying I carefully watched when anyone was changing from one tire compound to another. On the ones I did observe, there were no front wing adjustments made. Considering how everyone states that there is an unbalance between front and rears, and that changing compounds only magnifies the problem, I assume that any time a team goes from hard to soft, or vice versa, front wing trim would be altered. But it didn't happen, and thus my opinion is that they trim out the differences with the adjustable tab.
vall wrote:I think the idea is to increase the angle and hence the DF when following a car. This should compensate for the DF losses due to turbulence behind the car and make overtaking easier
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