The chassis is 625mm high and suddenly drops of to 525 (unlike Mclaren which has progressive design) just before it ends like thisHolm86 wrote:I'm quite impressed with how many of the nose concept drawings that has been pretty correct.
But the step on the Ferrari nose is quite steep. Thinking they've should have gone with an s-duct to maintain airflow above it.
It is highly likely that they will need an inwash design with this nose. They have to get air under the high chassis immediately behind the AA line. The nose itself won't let through sufficient airflow to get a reasonable volume flow to the T-Tray area. So it obviously has to come from the sides.Crabbia wrote:Inwash FWEP. I'm an armchair airodynamicist but I would think with Inwash front wings they don't need to have masses of air under the nose, because a fast flow of air will be coming via the front wing.
Hmm interesting. Wonder if they've made the exhaust size larger to slow the air as it comes out, and then use the two outputs above to "push" the gases down to the floor or suspension? Suspect the air is coming from the airbox above the drivers head.BorisTheBlade wrote:Do they have two outlet channels right above the exhaust exit? If yes, where are they coming from?