Force India have removed the little 'winglets' above the suspension mountings which were last seen in Turkey this past weekend. Teams are focusing on Monaco preparation, which requires very high DF, so wouldn't those winglets on the front section of the monocoque provide the extra DF necessary? I guess optimising other areas of the areodynamic package may allow for the removal of these 'winglets'.
And according to many articles Force India have a introduced a new front suspension 'unit' for this test period, although from the pictures I have seen today I cannot tell the difference between the version in Turkey and todays in Paul Ricard (I guess they are very slight and are more or less limited to the interior
'Guy_smiley', I tried to find clearer views of the airbox winglets on the Toyota, but I couldn't find any that provided a clear but differente angle. So for now we are still left to wonder. Although I imagine that they do not extend back more than a few centimeters, as usual in most applications so far.