You mean the S duct which is a carryover from last year by the 77 not 11 number decalTAG wrote: ↑Wed Feb 13, 2019 2:25 pmhttps://abload.de/img/45bkp8.jpg
Those two big number "11" ducts at the front seem to be there to do a hell of a lot more than cool the driver. That's looking very interesting indeed. It's not on the release car pictures, but it's front and center on the car they put on track to do filming with.
I'm sorry but you've contradicted yourself and there is no way you can tell that the car is draggy without cfd or windtunneldans79 wrote: ↑Wed Feb 13, 2019 2:59 pmMerc is definitely doing something weird to me.
The front wing looks very neutral, not in wash or out wash.
The entire tea tray area looks like a giant snow covered in winglets and vortex generators.
In the pre-launch renders they had this interesting looking wing/appendage connected to the side pod, and it showed up on the actual car.
It seems like it would be very draggy, but it appears like Merc wants inwash at the front wing so the can use the bat wing, snow plow, barge boards and turning veigns to work the air to death. I can't see how they would get that much flow turned around the side pods.
Jokingly it seems like they just moved the out wash effect from the front wing, to just in front of the sidepods.
I said looks! Something can look one way, but not actually function that way.
no crap man, it's called an opinion.
You look at the wing, and then you look at everything behind it, and try to piece together how everything works as a concept. Components don't work in isolation.
I reckon that the black line which you have marked in green is the seam from the headrest area.