Not that wrong tho, as as the flap also help prevent air move inward to floor, so different in terminology, in expense of big additional drag. But yeah, sealing the floor is incorrect term.Maplesoup wrote: ↑Fri May 24, 2019 10:44 pmI don't think there is no such thing a "sealing" the floor. It's not possible, they can create vortices to capture a cleanup the turbulent air from the front tires to prevent it from disturbing the ground effects of the floor similar to how the Tyre squirt slots work on from of the rear wheels.
A draggy update for Monaco only, or permanent?
I would say permanent, they used it in the race so the update works. And better floor sealing is usefull everywhere so I guess they will keep it.JordanMugen wrote: ↑Sun May 26, 2019 4:38 amA draggy update for Monaco only, or permanent?
Baku and China weren't? To be honest most of the chicanes are mid speed corners and Red Bull is not far away in that speed range. The small improvements to the car seem to be working and this car has very good tire management so with triple DRS who knows.
explain why... because of the straights? they already drove on different kind of tracks, and driven on a track with a long straight (Baku) and they didn't look bad
Probably because they don't use the same set ups. Looking at the highest speeds in three zones it would appear Max runs less downforce than Pierre. Pierre had slowest speed trap but fastest lap.