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Renault F1 Team R.S.19, exhaust detail

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A close up of this RS19 from behind, note how the waste-gate exhausts have been mated to both sides of the primary exhaust outlet. The team also looks set to use small monkey-seat winglet above the exhaust so as to tune its leadership.

amg F1 W-10, DRS detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10, DRS detail

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A close up of this W10’s fresh back wing DRS actuator pod, which now features serrations around the trailing edge. All these have been inserted in order to impart an aerodynamic flow structure which assists the back wing.

amg F1 W-10, exhaust detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10, exhaust detail

An extreme close up of this W10’s exhaust design, note how the waste-gate pipes have been positioned away from the primary exhaust. Also worth noting is how that the thermal decal atop the wreck structure, used with the team to monitor localized temperatures imparted on the bodywork.

amg F1 W-10 front wing detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 front wing detail

Check out the W10’front wing behind shows how the designers ‘ are making a concerted effort to induce flow outboard even though many of the equipment previously available have been taken away from them.

SF90 front suspension detail

Ferrari SF90 front suspension detail

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The view beneath the SF90’therefore chassis, which gives us a peek at the five-element turning vanes.

SF90 rear detail

Ferrari SF90 rear detail

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Check out the back of this SF90, note the number of slots on a floor border which are used to work the airflow hard and help create a type of airflow’skirt’ to secure its advantage, enveloping the flow traveling underneath below the diffuser.

amg F1 W-10 Ha-Lo detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 halo detail

A great shot of this W-10 from behind shows off the two winglets atop the halo as well as the sidepod cooling outlet that forms the rearward transition of the halo back in the car’s bodywork.

FW42 front wing detail

Williams FW42 front wing detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Check out ’ front , which includes several elements developed to encourage airflow to move across and around front tyre, but maybe none more prominent than the wedge-shaped flow osmosis on the upper outer corner.

MCL34 suspension detail

McLaren MCL34 suspension detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

This image of ’s front brake assembly during the build up period shows how pipework used internally carries airflow to trendy different components, like the caliper.

amg F1 W-10 suspension detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 suspension detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Check out the W10’front suspension design, which is not dissimilar to past year’s car.

RB15 engine detail

Red Bull Racing RB15 engine detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

An excellent shot of this RB15 sans bodywork, which enables us to observe the placement of the various power unit knobs along with the navigation of their pipe work.

C38 rear detail

Sauber C38 rear detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

This internal perspective of this Alfa Romeo C38 shows how the various oil coolers connected with the energy unit are piled above it.

STR14 Body Work detail

Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14 bodywork detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

This close up of this STR14 with no bodywork shows how the team has mounted a number of those components connected with cooling the energy unit at a saddle position onto it. Additionally note the positioning of the medial side impact service spar, which like the solution from 2017-18 is now lower, allowing more freedom when it has to do with the form of the sidepod bodywork.

amg F1 W-10 engine detail

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 engine detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

As a contrast here’therefore the more conventional mounting position, of which is now the sole team to be using.