Zero Keel for one.
Seperate trackrod. My theory on it being it's been moved to get correct steering geometry, remember the problems trulli had at toyota last year when they went ot a zero-keel, saying it made the steering much heavier... maybe this is all connected.
Sidepods do seem more bulky than some others, with not as much undercut...and that side wing is, well, rather large...
Does have an interesting shape to it though, in that it seems to slope downwards, and has lost the aero profile from last year. Appears to require a strut on the vertical section though, maybe it flexs too much without (the vertical section it does appear to have a slight inward curve though)
I guess it's more of a flow conditioner now than a downforce generator. Aiming for higher aero efficiency to suit the '06 regs?
Shadow plate under the side wing is HUGE though! with a very square edge plan profile to it... interesting.
Rear of the sidepods appears tigher than in '05. probably as a result of less under the bodywork. Interesting to note the chimenys are blocked off currently, and cooling appears to be via two gills either side.
Engine cover looks to be tighter too (smaller v8 airbox?) with a bigger fin section on the back of it.
Main flick-up appears to follow the flow of the sidepod "wing", very easy to see in profile.
Would appear there is a second flick-up under the main one, mounted to the vertical turning vane supporting the main one.
Rear wings got a spoon look to it, not unusual for '06. Still using the double struts to transfer loading rather than the endplates. Endplates have more slots in them though.
Hope it goes well, Honda/B.A.R do deserve some good times after there (slightly own induced) 'mare of '05
I also have a slightly vested interest in wanting the team to do well, as I know someone who works there