If you look closely at the left wheel on upper pic, you can see duct leading below the front wing. If I can see correctly, the front wing is shaped to pick up air in front of the wheel and than if I'm guessing right, guide it towards duct that reaches below/behind wing.Francesc wrote:Does anyone know where are the front brake ducts of this car??
Mazdaboy wrote:Beam wing larger than usual:
When you click on "enlarge" you get this pic which is like this one - only 1460x851roadie wrote:By the way, how do you browse the high res images on the F1 site?
LOL, "nothing stands out". That is completely opposite of what anyone impartial has said by now. Which one stands out than according to you? There must be at least one car you've compared it to in order to define it as "bland". Which team doesn't have pay drivers? Name me just one driver in any who never had personal backing by at least one big national/international company or government.Mr.S wrote:Very bland car,nothing stands out. I would say last year's was better. Without engine mapping they lost atleast 1 full second & without that they probably would have made Q3 quite a few times.
Not expecting any better from a team which has 2 pay drivers
Thanks for this photo, I was looking for it. Rear top wishbones seem to placed on the very front of the beam. nice and elegant idea IMO. Or maybe the angle is playing tricks with my eyes.Mazdaboy wrote:Beam wing larger than usual:
roadie wrote:We can only hope it has been further refined from last year's!
The more shots I see of the car, the more I like it. Although it is similar in concept to the FW33, I am hoping the many, many refinements that have been made are effective.
Source of the image, along with some others:
http://www.racecar-engineering.com/news ... with-fw34/
Financing from Hugo Chavez, razorblades and shampoo, anyone for a wager this team won't see the end of the season?munudeges wrote:There's no comparison.
I don't think good of Chavez, but I also don't think that he is worse than Obama, Putin or any other ruler whose countries and national companies are involved in F1. Even more, I don't get why razorblades and shampoo are less F1 related than energy drink which dominated F1 previous two seasons.xpensive wrote:Financing from Hugo Chavez, razorblades and shampoo, anyone for a wager this team won't see the end of the season?