SF71H Tyre

Ferrari SF71H steering wheel

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SF71H nose depth

Ferrari SF71H nose detail

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Ferrari SF71H aero detail

Ferrari SF71H aero detail

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Ferrari SF71H front suspension thickness

Ferrari SF71H front suspension detail

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Ferrari SF71H flooring

Ferrari SF71H floor

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Ferrari SF71H aero detail

Ferrari SF71H aero detail

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Ferrari SF71H rear wing detail

Ferrari SF71H rear wing detail

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Ferrari SF71H flooring

Ferrari SF71H floor

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Ferrari SF71H diffuser extra depart

Ferrari SF71H diffuser extra exit

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Ferrari SF71H sidepods, Australian GP

Ferrari SF71H sidepods, Australian GP

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A great negative perspective of the cockpit region, revealing the winged Ha-Lo fairing two-piece mirrors and top notch sidepod inlet.

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A close up of the outer corner of the diffuser and the several flaps that surround it.

Ferrari SF71H brake disks

Ferrari SF71H brake discs

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This case of front brake assembly minus the brake drum gives us a better understanding of exactly what goes on under the epidermis.

Ferrari SF71H rear wheel hub and brake detail

Ferrari SF71H rear wheel hub and brake detail

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A great shot against the garage of the rear brake assembly minus the brake drum attached. Thus giving us a better perspective of their internals, for example, pipework utilized to cool the caliper.

, Ferrari SF71H

 Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H

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The SF-71H laden with kiel probe arrays while the team looked to collect information during the pre-season tests.

Ferrari SF71H rear wing

Ferrari SF71H rear wing

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The team utilised a spoon-shaped rear wing to its Azerbaijan GP, since it looked to reduce drag but also retain a nice chunk of down force for its trickier second sector.

Ferrari SF71H front wing endplate

Ferrari SF71H front wing endplate

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Changes were also visible at the front part of the vehicle, since the team altered the rearmost section of the end plate. [1] New end plate canard, [two ] added slot in the rear of the end plate, with the top flipped aggressively outward and [3] the trailing flap was installed on the flap stack, in place of the end plate.

Ferrari SF71H and SF70H front wing comparison

Ferrari SF71H and SF70H front wing comparison

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Forward perspective of the front wing changes that also comprised a revision to the mainplane and flap juncture, since the arch has been discarded in preference of an additional pair of slots, even one in the mainplane and the other in the first flap.

Ferrari SF71H mirrors comparsion

Ferrari SF71H mirrors comparsion

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Ferrari SF71H rear suspension comparison

Ferrari SF71H rear suspension comparison

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New rear suspension was introduced in Spain, with a angular connection to the upright it’d improve airflow across the building.

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Following a controversy of its mirror mounts at the previous round, the team arrived in with a revised arrangement, albeit mounted to the halo.

Ferrari SF71H front wing comparison

Ferrari SF71H front wing comparison

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A new specification front wing was made available in France, which featured a full sized slot in the mainplane, a re-profiled outer department and also fresh end plate canards.

Ferrari SF71H nose depth

Ferrari SF71H nose detail

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Ferrari SF71H nose depth

Ferrari SF71H nose detail

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Ferrari SF71H floor and brake duct comparison

Ferrari SF71H floor and brake duct comparison

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The team generated changes at the rear of the vehicle for its GP, with the now stylish elongated floor slots set on the floors edge (highlighted in yellow), whilst the enclosure on the border of the ground ahead of the rear tyre (red arrow) was discarded and the floor simply glued instead. Meanwhile, the rear brake duct fin was swapped for a design that featured full length slots.

Ferrari SF71H rear wing comparison

Ferrari SF71H rear wing comparison

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The team also made changes to the engine cover, including a centralised valley which altered the movement of airflow around and through the sidepod.

Ferrari SF71H new exhausts, German GP

Ferrari SF71H new exhausts, German GP

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The team tested a new arrangement for the exhausts at the GP, with the waste-gate outlets mounted above the main exhaust.

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A close up of these two-piece mirrors used by Ferrari, note the small triangular fins onto the upper coating utilized to legalise the strakes installed onto to the floor below.

Ferrari SF71H front wing detail

Ferrari SF71H front wing detail

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Ferrari SF71H front wing endplate

Ferrari SF71H front wing endplate

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Ferrari SF71H waste exhausts

Ferrari SF71H waste exhausts

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The team also retested the revised location for their waste-gate sockets, putting them above the major exhaust. This test coincided with a distinct rear wing design too, with an elevated lip inserted to the top edge of their mainplane.

Ferrari SF71H Back wing, Belgian GP

Ferrari SF71H rear wing, Belgian GP

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The lower downforce rear wing configuration applied by Ferrari at the Belgian GP, detailed with all the open-end style end plate louvres.

Ferrari SF71H Back wing, GP

Ferrari SF71H rear wing, Singapore GP

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, Ferrari SF71H with aero paint

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H with aero paint

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Looking for responses the team painted flo-viz on the bargeboards throughout Free Practice in .

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H with aero paint

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H with aero paint

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Another perspective of the SF71-H with flo-viz paint onto the bargeboards, floor and rear wing.

Ferrari SF71H floor detail

Ferrari SF71H floor detail

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An excellent view of the diffusers strakes like a new floor was hauled into the doorway, note the two slots in another of the strakes which divides this up to three surfaces.

Ferrari SF71H, rear rim

Ferrari SF71H, rear rim

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A close up of the rear brake duct onto the grid Singapore, note the bunch of winglets on the fence that check out drive the airflow upward.

Ferrari SF71H front

Ferrari SF71H front wing

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Ferrari introduced a category of fresh front parts at the Russian GP, also it looked to boost all round operation. Leading wing design comprised the novel footplate solution pioneered by in 20 17 and tested by Ferrari in Hungary, featuring a increased and likely footplate which ’s also pushed straight from the wing’s leading border enticing the airflow to converge the vertical slot supporting [1]. The rotation vanes [two ] were also given a substantial amount of attention was being relatively untouched all through the first portion of 2018. The upturned profile onto the top edge of the mainplane [3] was a little more conspicuous, shifting the way the airflow behaved, whilst the furniture [4] on the inside of the end plate designed to restrain outwash was also revised. Coupled to the change in the mainplane’s geometry and the consequent affect the other changes had on the wing’s ability to make outwashthe flap geometry was likewise pinpointed. An additional slot was produced in the outboard section [5]. Perhaps more to the point though, the team toned-down the competitive transition between the tunneled outboard section of the wing and the flapped region [6].

Ferrari SF71 brake duct,

Ferrari SF71 brake duct, Suzuka

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Ferrari introduced a new front brake duct design for its Western GP which featured two additional winglets.

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To serve as a contrast, here’s the older brake duct configuration minus the winglets.

Ferrari SF71H floor, United States GP

Ferrari SF71H floor, United States GP

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Ferrari trialled this fresh floor design at the US GP, including three rows of fins in various points along the floor it was never hurried. The intention of these fins was to boost the method by which the air flowed through and across the longitudinal slots which was inserted earlier in the summer season.

Ferrari SF71H bargeboard, United States of America GP

Ferrari SF71H bargeboard, United States GP

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The team also introduced a revised bargeboard arrangement for its US GP, featuring a re-profiled footplate (red arrow) and extra flaps atop them (blue arrow), since it looked to further influence the airflow being received.

Ferrari SF71H rear wheel pulse

Ferrari SF71H rear wheel hub

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An overview of the rear brake duct, note the increased strakes on the drum, and these can divert the atmosphere and heat which goes between the drum and the wheel rim as a way to improve performance.

Ferrari SF71H 2019 front , 2018 Abu Dhabi GP

Ferrari SF71H 2019 front wing, 2018 Abu Dhabi GP

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The team trialled that a 2019-style front wing in Abu Dhabi, a design that was without the main cascade elements and a simplified end plate. This was utilized by the team in combination with kiel probe arrays mounted behind the front wheels while the team collected data which can help to improve the significance between the real world and simulation applications.

Ferrari SF71H front wing detail

Ferrari SF71H front wing detail

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A close up of the front wing end plate used in the latter phases of the summer season, detailed with the Red Bull style increased footplate and vertical slot at the front and multi-element outwash flaps at the rear.

Ferrari SF71H bargeboard detail

Ferrari SF71H bargeboard detail

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A close up of the bargeboard and floor region shows precisely how complex the layouts had gotten in 2018.

Ferrari SF71H in garage

Ferrari SF71H in garage

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The SF71-H getting prepared for activity, note the canisters placed within the front brake drums that helped to keep the wheels at the optimal temperature.

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H

Sebastian Vettel, Ferrari SF71H

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A top-down overview of the SF71-H at the post-season test shows the way the team finished out the season.

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