- Joshua Newbon on in Technical
2022 has presented teams with a clean sheet of paper approach to the aerodynamic rules, with a return to underbody tunnels after 40 years of flat floors. In this article we look at these design trends revealed so far in 2022.
- By T. Briet, E. Scalabroni, N. Sanchez on in Aerodynamics
Formula One has recently been dominated by two very different car design philosophies. To end the speculation, we do an analysis of the effects of high rake car design.
- By Joshua Newbon on in Aerodynamics
With the 2022 rule change on the horizon bargeboards will no longer be a feature of F1 cars, but what are they, how do they work, and will F1’s designers be able to replicate their function in 2022?
- jjn on in Regulations
It has long been said that the FIA are restricting freedoms in the design of F1 cars with ever more restrictive regulations; but how restrictive are the rules, and by what means do the FIA force particular shapes?
As it embarked its last year in Formula One, Honda have given a unique insight into the development process of the company's brand new 2021 power unit.
Mercedes have enjoyed an incredible run of success, but judging at comments made at and before the launch of their W12, it appears they haven't shown the slightest whim of complacency.
- By Steven De Groote on in F1
The uncompleted journey of setting up a Portuguese Formula One team. Between 2015 and 2018, João Correia and Rui Pinto investigated the possibilities but eventually opted out of it.
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?
- By Steven De Groote 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.
- 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.