3.15 Aerodynamic influence :
With the exception of the driver adjustable bodywork described in Article 3.18 (in addition to
minimal parts solely associated with its actuation) and the ducts described in Article 11.4, any
specific part of the car influencing its aerodynamic performance :
‐ Must comply with the rules relating to bodywork.
‐ Must be rigidly secured to the entirely sprung part of the car (rigidly secured means not
having any degree of freedom).
‐ Must remain immobile in relation to the sprung part of the car.
The engineers are obviously already exploiting the other exception to the moving aero parts rule by connecting F-ducts to the DRS device. What if a team would use air from a brake duct to control stall air to the front wing.
Williams seem to have a complicated system of collecting air by the brake duct. Could they be bringing it to the nose via hollow uprights?