I’d agree on this.JPower wrote: ↑Tue Oct 12, 2021 7:37 pmOutside of the hybrid unit, I don’t consider anything they’ve done to be as extensive as McLaren has done with redesigned bargeboards, the new flow conditioners on the nose, new front wing, revamped floor and engine cover, etc.codetower wrote: ↑Tue Oct 12, 2021 7:16 pmI have to disagree on a couple of points. First, I do think Ferrari brought in some pretty decent development upgrades this year. Remember they were limited with tokens. They chose to upgrade the rear suspension/gearbox, they redesigned the nose, changed the rear diffuser, they changed the rear brake duct inlet, and others I’m surely missing. Also throughout the year they’ve been bringing in floor changes, changes to the cooling outlet, etc. AND they just introduced a completely new hybrid unit. Wasn’t at the beginning of the year, but it’s here in 2021. It’s interesting you mention McLaren, over on their thread I see some of the same comments… how they aren’t bringing upgrades and Ferrari is.
I’d say Aston, RB, Merc, and McLaren have all brought pretty extensive changes through the season.
That’s not to say Ferrari hasn’t brought any development at all, but its been limited at best, even relative to others this year.
To me Ferrari have brought the least development during the season, Ferrari even said after France that there will be no more chassis upgrades.... then the PU update happened.
I have to totally disagree with Codetower as Mclaren have been quite extensive with their development during the season bringing updates all the way up to Hungary which was the fairly major bargeboard upgrade as JPower suggests