That picture of the end plates of the rear wing is so appropriate for Haas. They make cnc machine tools so to have done it like that is great.
Identical, of course, to Ferrari.Enstone wrote: ↑Thu Mar 23, 2017 7:00 pmhttps://cdn-2.motorsport.com/images/mgl ... detail.jpg
Several aero pundits along with team personel have stated that the little wing is for downforce alone and does not condition flow to the rear wing.
If anything this "device" at the back should be illegaal due to the fact it is way too flexible. atleast on the Haas. Williams on the other hand is probably capable of reaching the American TV signal with their setup.
Bottom part of of the article: https://www.jamesallenonf1.com/2017/03/ ... ng-is-bad/Following Friday’s FP1 session in Melbourne, the Haas F1 team was ordered to remove the T-wings from its VF-17s after it was seen flexing on TV images.
The team took the wing off for FP2 in the afternoon but its team principal Guenther Steiner is unsure if the American squad will be allowed to re-fit the device later in the weekend.
He said: “We ran this wing in the whole Barcelona test and never had a problem with it breaking or anything. In FP2 we had to take it off because of the moving, so we need to see what we do in FP3.