SimpleMind wrote:What are the inlets at the top of the sidepods in this picture for? If the sidepods are designed to manipulate the air under the vehicle?...
SimpleMind wrote:I've also read that by using wingtips to create vortices the gap between then sidepod and the ground can be sealed (because of the turbulence?) alowwing better effect from a shaped underside.
SimpleMind wrote:If one look att cars from the late 70:s some of them seem to have inlets even in or above the nose. Perhaps for cooling?
manchild wrote:First ever ground effect sidepods in F1 (1970) No end-plates and no skirts.
manchild wrote:SimpleMind wrote:Edit: Sorry couldn't get the image link to work but it was the Ensign 179 with the boxy looking inlets/outlets/radiators? in the nose.
yes Ensign N179
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