I'm stunned, I was expecting another "continued deveolpment" of last years p.o.s, but insted in the TF108 I see the first Toyota F1 car that I really like the look of, there's not many overly complex looking bits, few additional winglets protruding from every surface imaginable - to me that's a big thing, when a car is covered in winglets I see it as a desperate attempt to add to, or improve the quality or position of the (lack) of downforce being generated by the basic design.
But insted we see a nice, clean, almost "back to basics" design. If the car is mechanically sound I think this could be Toyota's big break. I'm not talking championships...but results which more reflect their budget & status as a manufacturer.
Bit I really like are:
The whole nose & Front wing assembly (especially the FW endplates - look at the from head on)
And the bargeboard arrangement.
Here's hoping for a good year for them - I really hope they nail it.
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