It is kind of the a F-duct system, but i am not studying for aerodynamics so i don't know if i am making some sort of stupid idea. If it is, just tell me. So i can try to think of something else
The idea is, to blow wind in FRONT of the wing, so that it will lift the air that is coming towards the rear wing. this way the wind that supose to hit the Rear Wing lifts over the wing, This way creating no drag on the wing.
And because the rear wing produces the most drag of the whole car, i thought maybe the drag that appearce when the wind out of the "so calld F-duct system" hits with the air that is rushing towards the rear wing would be less then the drag that the rear wing creates when it got hit by the wind at full speed.
Another thing that is on my mind, is the RB6 it's exhaust system. I think that most of the people now know that they got some sort of blown diffuser. But the problem is that at high RPM you got lots of exhaust fumes and at Low RPM you don't!
I already made a topic about that, but because no one repsonse i might also put it here. If the blown diffuser works on heated air, why don't they use the air that has past by the radiators as heated sucketion air for the diffuser?
F1 cars engines are always hot and the coolant is VERY HOT, the air flowing past the radiator is hot to, so why don't they make some sort of system that allows them to let the heated air from the radiators flow to the diffuser all the time, and when on straights you just make some sort of F-duct system that makes a valve close and then the heated air exit some place else, and that way the car has less sucktion from the diffuser and goes faster on the straight.
So that were my ideas for now, hope you can help me out by informing me.