Williams FW27

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Williams in 2003 used them to cover the exhausts, as well as provide outlets for the radiator and oil cooler (w/ the oil cooler exhaust being larger). I dunno what they did for 2004.
Bring back wider rear wings, V10s, and tobacco advertisements

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Joined: Sun Dec 21, 2003 5:22 pm
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http://www.f1racing.net/en/photolarge.p ... catID=1580
Interesting small wing on the FW27, they are exploiting the “rules free” area on the central 150 mm. Arrows a few years ago and also Renault last year already tried to exploit that loophole but the solutions didn’t last, let’s see what happens this time.

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West
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Bargeboards added, connected w/ a different interpretation of the "axe," if you can still call it that.

I was also wondering what that "tower" was doing on the Williams.
Bring back wider rear wings, V10s, and tobacco advertisements

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what a sofisticated flip up :shock:
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