Ferrari intake with what looks like Mk. 1 RB sidepods. So it will look like the Ferrari from the front and the RB from the side? Interesting because Alpine seem to have done the opposite, first extending the intakes forward adding to the undercut and then adding the Ferrari-style concave surface.
The cutouts on the side are different (and further back), as are the front shape (at the least) of the vanes under it. Seems like a simple version between what Ferrari/Alpine had at front, and Alpine/Alpha Romeo at the back, apart from the earlier kickup for the diffuser.Owen.C93 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 30, 2022 6:51 pmThere's a hint to how the airflow has changed when you look at the angle of the floor stay fixing between both cars.
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Yes, if they were following the Ferrari (and why not, it's fast) I don't understand why Williams have not gone more aggressively in the direction of Ferrari sidepods with the larger area of flatter sides (that continue more towards the rear axle) and the top scalloping?