The cooling layout, which puts the ERS and (engine oil?) rads above the engine, just behind the driver, unlike other teams, and the airbox/roll hoop should remain the same as 2019 and 2018.PowerandtheGlory wrote: ↑Tue Feb 18, 2020 12:41 pmId like a head on comparison to see the suspension mounting points. I think they've move up, slight change in the clamshell shape compared to last year - the rear looks neat- but again need to see more. And im guessing or i hope they've gone for a letterbox intake to match the top 3 - I read somewhere that Renault's PU uses a different cooling intercooler to the other engines - i.e air cooler rather than wet charge cool.. don't quote me on that..
They use one air-air intecooler in each sidepod. Only Merc (the factory team) and Ferrari use water-air AFAIK.