Scuderia Ferrari SF70H

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The way sidepod vanes are arranged is better viewed from above.

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Very interesting Sidepod Inlets, resulting in a huge undercut. But i wonder if they are able to run that Rake on the Track.

And they switched to two RW Mounts, what would be the profit of that?
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Notice the S-Duct
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sorry, the website contineously gets 500 internal server errors, so some messages go into thin air lol.

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that RAKE. that is indeed a huge undercut. lots of intersting 'wings', and those brake ducts are surpemely intersting
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Thunders wrote:Very interesting Sidepod Inlets, resulting in a huge undercut. But i wonder if they are able to run that Rake on the Track.

And they switched to two RW Mounts, what would be the profit of that?
2x RW pylons to get the massive downforce on the track :D
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Thunders wrote:Very interesting Sidepod Inlets, resulting in a huge undercut. But i wonder if they are able to run that Rake on the Track.

And they switched to two RW Mounts, what would be the profit of that?
As I wrote on last page, they already have a monkeyseat. So maby the two wing supports gives better flow towards the monkeyseat. Which is now mounted so far back, much further away from the exhaust, so you have much better potential of manipulating exhaust gasses with the monkey seat now.

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The pictures so far do not have good resolution to pick out details, but I tried to magnify that anyway.
The actual inlets are smaller and there's another small vane inside.
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timbo wrote:The pictures so far do not have good resolution to pick out details, but I tried to magnify that anyway.
The actual inlets are smaller and there's another small vane inside.
https://s2.postimg.org/i601amhc9/ferrari_sf70h_5.jpg
just look at that! is that an opening on the top too of the intake? it flows into the top?
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That "2nd "rear wing is in a unregulated area on the car right?

So how will they scrutinize it with regards to flexibility etc.

I'm thinking like the flexi front wings from a couple of years back.

Maybe some trick as to generate more DF in corners, and sort of stall the rear wing a bit at the higher end of the km/h range?

Suppose that would all be in the design of the wing, angles etc.

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Manoah2u wrote:
timbo wrote:The pictures so far do not have good resolution to pick out details, but I tried to magnify that anyway.
The actual inlets are smaller and there's another small vane inside.
https://s2.postimg.org/i601amhc9/ferrari_sf70h_5.jpg
just look at that! is that an opening on the top too of the intake? it flows into the top?
Think that's just an illusion...showing the gap between the vane and the actual sidepod intake

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