he only evident (so far) difference from current RB4 is that there's no bargeboard-podvane connection. Previously different rear end design now looks identical from this angle.
donskar wrote:OK, dumb question:
Ferrari's new nose looks good, but how does it work? That is, it's easy to see where the air goes out, but where does it come in? Is there an opening under the nose we have not seen yet? I believe the new nose takes advantage of the low pressure area under the nose, so I'm guessing there's an opening under the nose that corresponds to the opening on top?
Yes, ther's an opening under the nose and the airflow coing off the front wing is 'sucked in'. It helps to create more downforce on the front wing and possibly improves the airflow to the airbox and the rear wing.
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