McLaren MCL33

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Nice detail. I have no idea what the reason for that part might be. It looks a bit less curved than before, but hard to judge from that angle.
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Looks like a different shape - previously the waste gate pipes emerged from beneath the trailing edge, now they are above the trailing edge - which seems to continue further back.
Position of the RENAULT sticker is also different.

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Still no s-duct ?

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Albert Fabrega:

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I read in an article where Boullier stated that they might keep the testing solution to the overheating problem.

Evidently they seem happy with a refined version.

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No too much changed at first glance! Nice little winglet near the exhaust, presumably to tidy up the airflow to the rear wing, and maybe manipulate the exhaust gases upwards to blow it?

I thought the rear wing endplates had changed, but it looks like they've just painted the lower section black. Not sure why, need to see a clearer shot, but it could just be a paint with different friction. The Hilton sponsor that was there is evidently gone.

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It's profiled to produce downforce along with the little beam wing hanging off the rear wing support. I'm surprised there wasn't a bigger update than this.
Honda!

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Brake ducts in testing:
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Honda!

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Heat treatment on inside same as outside.

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... the chassis has been designed for many updates during the season that will come very soon in the first couple of races.
https://www.motorsport.com/f1/news/alon ... 8-1017160/

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Sidepods looks different from this angle ???

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The sidepod shape is so hard to judge. Picture angles change it completely. Unless you find a pic from almost the same angle my mind gets messed up. Just these two from testing for reference:

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Livery and Sponsor Discussion this Way Please :arrow: viewtopic.php?f=15&t=26883
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