Red Bull chooses to exploit airflow through the nose with the nostrils in the front through cavities in the nose, where Mercedes goes for a cleaner frontal area instead.AMG.Tzan wrote: ↑Wed Feb 12, 2020 1:18 pmThe nose looks smaller in width than last year...probably to accommodate the cape underneath! Why not narrow it down even more like the Mercedes one, to exploit even more of that cape concept?
Something like that...i made the nose a bit slimmer!
Excellent spot!cplchanb wrote: ↑Wed Feb 12, 2020 2:17 pmThe nose looks pretty ugly now tbh.... they took design cues from the arrows A1...
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Those rules only apply to the outboard part of the sidepod don't they? Hence why any vents on the tops of the sidepod are only on the inner part next to the driver's compartment.
Sidepods have been reworked and made even narrower it seems! Nice evolution of last year's car.
There is a claim of V8-like sidepod packaging, despite the use of a hybrid V6 turbo powerunit with myriad coolers. If bosyber's claim is accurate, that is very impressive.