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Latest technological images F1 2019



Ferrari SF90 technical part

  Ferrari SF90 technical part

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

Ferrari decided to change the design of its exhausted layout

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 with airborne sensors

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 with airborne sensors

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Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT Image

The Mercedes W10 is equipped with a large front- the team collects data about the area of ​​new parts.

Mercedes AMG Technical Detail F1 W10

  Mercedes AMG F1 W10 Technical Detail

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

In this image, we see how the sidewalls were significantly reduced, with indentations clearly visible up to the moment when he meets a graduate of the exhaust manifold ally. The team also introduced the dual T-wing element in the back of the car

Ferrari SF90 technical part

  Ferrari SF90 technical part

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Giorgio Piola

Close front brake chamber Ferrari, which is cut compared to the rules of the vertical fence, which allows you to collect the wings on the bottom (with the arrow).

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical details

  Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

Top down view on Mercedes W10, which shows as the surface of the side was

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

  Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

Side view of Mercedes W10 in While equipped with a Kiel probe matrix behind the two front tires, you'll also notice the elongated downwash winglet on the side of the chassis, which looks to drive the flow down and around the sidepods undercut.

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

  Mercedes AMG Technical specification F1 W10

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

A top downward view of Mercedes W10 which has more cylindrical edge, due to the narrowing of the section behind, which helps to bring the "overhead" & # 39; solution for installation on the sides and under the nose

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

  Mercedes AMG F1 W10 technical part

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

Near end the nose that, as you see, actually merges more elegantly into the cloak.

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 Technical Details

  Mercedes AMG Technical Detail F1 W10

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Photo: Giorgio Pio

Closure of a new front wing wrapped by Mercedes that has numerous changes including, but not limited to, the revised configuration of the front panel.

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

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Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT Image

Mercedes added one boomerang wing on top of its halo for the second test, the design of which can be found up and down the pitlane

Haas F1 Team VF-19 technical detail

  Haas F1 Team VF-19 technical detail

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] Photo: Giorgio Piola

The Haas VF-19 shows that the team changed its exhaust and wastegate layout, taking the same approach as "work" Ferrari team they now have their two wastegate pipes merging underneath the engine cover before fanning to a single outlet over the main exhaust.

Williams FW42

  Williams FW42

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Photo: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images

The Williams FW42 rear shot shows that the team has a large outlet for cooling, continuous the function of their cars over the past few years.

Haas F1 Team VF -19

  Haas F1 Team VF-19

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Photos: Andy Hone / LAT Images

A wonderful shot of Haas VF19 from the side, as Magnussen pushes back into the garage, allows us to take into account the numerous cascade elements on the barges stand and only, as the order there should be cooling fans installed in the sidepods and airbox.

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

Side view of Haas VF19, as it comes from the pitlane shows how high a

McLaren MCL34 technical part

  McLaren MCL34 technical part

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McLaren suspension and exhaust entry on the front brakes

Renault F1 Team RS 19 suspension parts

  Renault F1 Team R.S. 19 suspension parts

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

A view of the front brake chamber Renault, which has a significantly larger inlet, divided into several channels, to send the flow to different sections Brake hub inside. But, such is its size it's quite obvious that they're also channeling airflow en masse through the duct brake and through the aerodynamically advantageous wheel rim design.

Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14 suspension detail

  Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14 suspension detail

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

The Toro Rosso front brake has, at first glance, a smaller space, but pay attention to an elongated area located near the rim of the wheel that captures the airflow

Racing Point F1 RP19 sidepod winglet team

  Racing Point F1 RP19 sidepod winglet team

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Photo: Zak Mauger / LAT Images

Alfa Romeo Racing C38 technical detail

  Alfa Romeo Racing C38 technical detail

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Photos Author: Gior gio Piola

Another look at the interpretation of the front wing of the Sauber, which sees how the shreds are torn at the end.

Red Bull Racing RB15 technical part

  Red Bull Racing RB15 technical part

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Photo: Giorgio Piola

The magnificent view of the rear end of the Red Bull RB15 showing , as the team is preparing to keep things cool, with an exit for cooling, which is forced to flare on itself as the dense side of the car's packaging.


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