“New Ferrari F1 car passes FIA crash tests...Ferrari’s latest Formula 1 contender successfully passed its FIA frontal crash tests on Friday, and it is believed to be the first 2018 model to do so.”
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/new- ... ts-990646/
I thought this was also interesting:
“Like its rivals, Ferrari also now has to comply with the recently issued Technical Directive 044 on steering and front suspension, which is intended to stop teams from lowering the front ride height in corners.
Ferrari is one of several top teams understood to be in the process modifying its original geometry in order to remove any doubts about legality.”
We also heard earlier today that Ferrari - contrary to Red Bull - were in favour of the stricter controls on suspension, so interesting that they’re still having to make changes.