© Julien Leroy / firstlap.be
Share this with your friends:
Sandman said on 1st February 2011, 21:11
And the big question remains…
Is it really that big of a help?
ian mac said on 1st February 2011, 21:16
Given that F1 is an engineering exercise of tiny increments, thanks to far too many rules, any small gain is worth pursuing. This one would also avoid blowing hot exhaust gases via the rear suspension components. Let’s see if anyone else follows suit…
Salty said on 3rd February 2011, 20:21
Well early days, but good thinking outside the box by Renault. Think we may have seen this year’s dd/f-duct making it’s debut if Kubica’s performance today was anything to go by. Mind you, still McLaren to launch on Friday and innovation is usually right up their alley – not that they will be showing off any clever bits tomorrow, will all be champers and smiles for the sponsors.
Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *
Notify me of followup comments via e-mail
Log in or create an F1 Fanatic account.
Advert | Go Ad-free
Points in full
Adverts | Go Ad-free
Sebastian Vettel | Mark Webber | Fernando Alonso | Felipe Massa | Jenson Button | Sergio Perez | Kimi Raikkonen | Romain Grosjean | Nico Rosberg | Lewis Hamilton | All 2013 F1 drivers
Red Bull | Ferrari | McLaren | Lotus | Mercedes | All 2013 F1 teams
© 2013 Keith Collantine