#8391220, By Concrete Motorsport

  • Concrete 3 Feb 2012 11:38:15 986 posts
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    Registered 16 years ago
    Mclaren have always run a low nose configuration, so they had a lot less work to do to get it working properly. Remains to be seen if it will be the best solution though. With the Ferrari 'step' being consistant across its width, I do wonder if its angled to use the airflow to push the nose into the floor while the air is then blasted up to the rear wing to give additional downforce at the back.
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