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Dug out the highest resolution versions through some URL inspection on the F1 website and added couple extra screenshots from the video.

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As fashionable as it rightfully is the bash the powers of F1, they really seemed to have nailed this change in regulations. Really hope this generation of cars will have the intended characteristics on track when racing closely.

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They could angle the front wing endplates to give it a right angled look like those 80 and 90s cars, the car looks curvy and sophisticated but the squarish front wing endplates look odd.

McLaren MP4/5B, Ferrari 640

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That diffuser is huge. And the floor is now angled instead of flat. It is probably sealed better this way.

They weren’t kidding when they said they want to emphasize on Ground-Effect.

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It’s not sealed better per say, but it is less less affected by airflow moving in from the sides of the car.

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Very curious to see how exactly they’ve worded the regulations around the rear wing. Teams could end up trying some crazy stuff to make up for the loss of the endplate.

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In 4 and 6 you can see some testing with the car in a simulated corner. Its rolled quite a bit, and also a lot of yaw angle, but the wheels are still straight. Must be hard do to a proper corner in a wind tunnel.

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Can’t say I’m a fan of those wings or the small wing above the wheels, but I think I could get used to it, which is all I need if they improve the racing. Also makes the halo look a lot more integrated.

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The rear wing looks really weird. But I suppose i’ll get used to it over time just like the halo.


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