- By Andy Urlings on in Regulations
This article will give an introduction into the current technical rule book how descriptions are translated into the elaborate pieces of the front wing.
Monday saw Aston Martin Red Bull release the first pictures of its brand new RB14, just before the car was sent out on a wet Silverstone track for a shakedown and filming opportunity.
Few could have predicted the outcome of Sauber's car launch, but in reality, the car that is officially named Alfa Romeo Sauber C37 turned out to be one of the most interesting of the launched cars thus far.
Williams have recently unveiled their new FW41 in an extraordinary launch that featured a projection of a clip, without actually displaying the real car. The team however did reveal two dark-ish images, from which we can make some conclusions.
A close look at the McLaren MCL32 as it was launched and tested during the first Barcelona pre-season test
Ferrari's 2017 contender was launched in a brief online clip before it was sent out on track at Fiorano. The scarlet car of the upcoming F1 season features a number of highly impressive design cues, but as always, much more development is expected.
Mercedes launched its 2017 contender by a filming day at Silverstone. The car is a strong evolution from last year, with some extreme solutions applied. This article will try to discuss these fascinating pieces of bodywork.
Force India launched its 2017 contender today. Even before the cover was pulled off, it was clear underneath the sheets that the car had a radical approach on the front. Let us study the car a bit closer.
Sauber is the first team to release pictures of its actual car, brimmed with intrigueing details. Although the car will more than likely change a lot throughout testing and the season itself, there are some interesting design choices to discuss.
Renault's launch event at the intriguing Royal Horticultural Halls in Westminster, London produced an equally intriguing car. Rest assured we are not going to create an article about the hall examining its details, but we will do so for the car!