Moers apologizes for a delay in deliveries, citing the complexity of the project, but not before hyping the car up. "It's more sophisticated than anything I saw in my past, recently in my career, in my whole life," Moers says. "It's a very special car." As a reminder, Moers is the man who oversaw the Mercedes-AMG Project One in his previous gig as head of AMG. So when he says things like this about the Valkyrie, it means something.
Yes, it means he's not likely to turn up at his new employer and say "nah, it's not as good as the last one I did for someone else..."
The front wing flaps going in to what appears to be "lift" mode presumably reduces flow under the car and so reduces downforce/drag as speed increases. Hopefully that "fails safe" in the high downforce position. Wouldn't want it to fail as you hit the brakes and then find you've got a lot less grip than you expected! Active rear wing flap is fairly typical for these cars these days. Active management of the centre of pressure under braking using a rear flap of some sort has been in use since the F1 at least.
It does look like a tech/aero lovers feast.
Turbo says "Dumpster sounds so much more classy. It's the diamond of the cesspools." oh, and "The Dutch fans are drunk. Maybe"