johnny comelately wrote: ↑
Fri Aug 05, 2022 2:59 pm
Could be wrong but I cannot see how they pass the safety rules.
And they look more like something to win a bet with than of any earthly use
Same here. If I recall correctly first iteration of wings was banned because of sharp edges to them. So rules were updated to mandate that wings must be integrated into bodywork. How this, or Aprilia's rear wing for that matter, fit into those rules I don't understand.
But then again, I don't completely understand how Aston Martin's rear wing in Hungary was legal, and that is after Scarbs and few others have explained it.