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  • Head to head: Williams FW42 vs Williams FW43

    Head to head: Williams FW42 vs Williams FW43

    By on in Technical

    Williams appears to be back on the right track, with the car build timed perfectly and running fine on the first day of testing. But what exactly is differerent on their new FW43 compared to the troubled 2019 car?


  • Launch analysis: Ferrari SF1000

    Launch analysis: Ferrari SF1000

    By on in Aerodynamics

    Ferrari unveiled their SF1000 and named it "radical evolution" of its predecessor. But, is it? We take a closer look at what's of note on the newest Ferrari F1 car.


  • CFD Analysis of 2021 Rules

    CFD Analysis of 2021 Rules

    jjn & Vyssion on in Technical

    F1technical take a look at the aerodynamics of an F1 car designed to the 2021 regulations as compared to the modified Perrin F1 model used in previous studies.


  • 2021 bodywork rules analysed - Part 1

    2021 bodywork rules analysed - Part 1

    By on in Regulations

    The culmination of two years of research concluded on October 31st when FOM and the FIA jointly presented the rules for 2021 in Austin.


  • It will all come out in the wash

    It will all come out in the wash

    jjn, Vyssion & Vanja on in Aerodynamics

    In our second investigation of the aerodynamics of the 2019 regulations we take a look at how an Alfa Romeo/Ferrari inspired front wing affects the aerodynamics of a Formula 1 car.


  • How the 2019 regulations have affected the aerodynamics of F1 cars

    How the 2019 regulations have affected the aerodynamics of F1 cars

    jjn, Vyssion &Vanja on in Technical

    The 2019 rule changes were conceived to reduce the negative impact of the aerodynamic wake on a following car. On the eve of the 2019 season we take a look at the aerodynamic effect of the new regulations using a modified Perrinn F1 car.


  • F1 rules and stats 2010-2019

    F1 rules and stats 2010-2019

    By on in Regulations

  • Measuring aerodynamics at the track

    Measuring aerodynamics at the track

    By jjn & Vyssion on in Aerodynamics

    As the first test for the 2019 Formula 1 season draws to a close we continue our series investigating the aerodynamics of Formula 1 cars, this time looking at how aerodynamic performance is measured at the track.


  • Why are there so many penalties in Formula E?

    Why are there so many penalties in Formula E?

    By on in Other

    After a number of penalties were applied in the opening 3 races of the Formula E season left some fans confused or dissatisfied, we take a look at the reason for the penalties and whether they can be considered fair or excessively punitive.


  • F1 Constructors Champions

    F1 Constructors Champions

    By on in Statistics