At least I was right about the cape.DiogoBrand wrote: ↑Tue May 08, 2018 11:46 amI certainly hope not, one car with those nostrils is already ugly enough. It could be a blend between a Mercedes nose with their own slotted pillars, or a hybrid between their current nose with Mercedes' cape. Introducing a cape seems large enough that it could delay an entire aero package.
You can see the Mercedes similarityAlonso Fan wrote: ↑Thu May 10, 2018 7:47 pmWarning! You cannot unsee this!
https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/wal ... 0526031303
Actually I was referring to the shape of the nose inlets and Wallace's mouth opening...
I agree with you on that, the end product of the much awaited upgrade package gives the indication of a team pushing to get back to winning ways. From various comments, it appears the jury is still out on the looks, but it's certainly not underwhelming. Let's hope the delay was worth it, and Mclaren will be part of conversations for the right reasons.McL-H wrote: ↑Thu May 10, 2018 9:14 pmThey will get more familiair with and optimise the setup during next weeks test. But hopefully they can already extract most out of it this weekend.. even more important: hopefully it works as expected. Props anyway to McLaren for being innovative, finding the boundaries and being brave. I have given them a lot of flak for this season’s performance so far. But they deserve credit for coming up with such a huge unconservative update. Regardless of the performance. This is why I am fan of this team. And this is what I’ve missed of them from several years.
It has to be this weekend. McLaren is just trying to downplay the upgrade, but it's clearly huge. They are aiming for huge gains with this b-spec, not just a couple of tenths.