My eyes aren’t that great, even with glasses! But that looks like an S duct...charliesmithhd wrote: ↑Wed May 15, 2019 9:38 amhttps://pbs.twimg.com/media/D6l7FxsW0AA ... name=large
Is that new just behind the number at front? S duct?
I’ve looked at pre Barcelona spec as well in this area, the chassis seemed too dip in the middle slightly, but I can’t see that here
New as in, New to the car, or a new type to replace what was already on the car?
Looking at the old wing, you can clearly see that it's still very inboard loaded. This update seems to be a continuation in that concept to an even more inboard loaded profile, bringing them closer to the extreme Ferrari concept rather than switching from the outboard loaded to inboard loaded philosophy.mclaren111 wrote: ↑Tue May 14, 2019 12:45 pmMotorsport.com:
https://cdn-1.motorsport.com/images/amp ... n-20-3.jpg
Drawing of Old vs New...
Any links to the read?mwillems wrote:New as in, New to the car, or a new type to replace what was already on the car?
I just read up on it, seems like it is a powerful piece of kit for Aero, particularly in Mclarens weak spots of mid to high as well as dropping the rear end on the straights.
You can see the raised section on previous pictures on this forum, very slight thoughf1rules wrote: ↑Thu May 16, 2019 7:32 ambeen going through pictures from yesterdays testing, and looks as if the picture and shadowing is playing tricks with us, i cannot find any other pics with a raised section there, and since, if the a suspension update was beneath, its not something they just add and remove so they would have run the cover all day, i quess
but would be nice if the introduced something/suspension to help the front to have more "bite" grip