hardingfv32 wrote:Does the fact the duct is sprung or not have significance?
3.15 states that for any part of the car influencing its aerodynamic performance must be secured to a sprung part of the car. Does this mean then by definition that brake ducks do not provide aerodynamic performance?
So what would prevent the use of an 'on track' adjustable duct system?
Probably one of those "primary purpose" loop holes.
"I was blessed with the ability to understand how cars move," he explains. "You know how in 'The Matrix,' he can see the matrix? When I'm driving, I see the lines."