suspension detail

Racing Point suspension detail

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A close up of the raised front suspension and brake duct inlet on the RP19.

F1 Team rear wing comparison

Renault F1 Team rear wing comparison

2/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A comparison of the rear wing specification used in (left) and a different solution that’ll be tested in Bahrain (right).

technical detail

Red Bull Racing technical detail

3/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A look at the RB15’s front suspension, which utilizes Belleville springs as part of the heave damper configuration.

AMG F1 technical detail

Mercedes AMG F1 technical detail

4/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

As a comparison we can see the different suspension setup favoured by .

rear wheel

McLaren rear wheel

5/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

The rear wheel solution used by this year that draws parallels from the one introduced by during the latter phase of last season.

rear technical detail

Racing Point rear technical detail

6/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A look at the rear of the RP19’s rear end and corresponding cooling outlet that’ll be run in Bahrain.

AMG F1 front brakes detail

Mercedes AMG F1 front brakes detail

7/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

The W10’s front brake assembly without the drum attached shows how airflow captured by the inlet crosses over the assembly will then be directed out through the wheel rim.

AMG F1 W10 brake cowling

Mercedes AMG F1 W10 brake cowling

8/21

Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A comparison of the W10 front brake duct with the drum fixed upon it.

MCL34 technical detail

McLaren MCL34 technical detail

9/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A close up of the MCL34’s rear suspension, note the bumps on the upper hbone arm which smooth out the airflow that pass over them.

F1 Team technical details

Renault F1 Team technical details

10/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A look at ’s front wing assembly as the car is wheeled down the pit lane.

bargeboard

McLaren bargeboard

11/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

An overview of the bargeboard region on the MCL34 which has been updated for the Bahrain GP. The forward-most footplate section is now a little shorter, while the splitter extension has been made longer (in silver).

technical detail

Racing Point technical detail

12/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

has a larger than usual camera pod mounted on the side of the airbox, which incorporates a wider band thermal imaging camera and the associated capture hardware.

technical detail

Mercedes technical detail

13/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

will explore cooling options during Free Practice, with this larger capacity solution installed ready for the first session.

SF90 front wing

Ferrari SF90 front wing

14/21

Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A look at ’s front wing that elegantly slopes away towards the endplate.

RB15 brake disc

Red Bull Racing RB15 brake disc

15/21

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’s front brake assembly without the drum installed.

R.S.19 engine bay

Renault R.S.19 engine bay

16/21

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The RS19 without its bodywork on gives us a great view of the power unit installation along with the ancillary components.

MCL34 technical detail

McLaren MCL34 technical detail

17/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A close up of the MCL34’s diffuser, note the complex array of strakes.

technical detail

Williams technical detail

18/21

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

An overview of the FW42’s sidepods, bargeboards and floor.

SF90 brake cowling

Ferrari SF90 brake cowling

19/21

Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

’s front brake duct assembly features a huge crossover flow channel that funnels airflow from the inlet out through the wheel rim to help control the wake generated.

MCL34 front wing

McLaren MCL34 front wing

20/21

Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A look at ’s front wing which features two distinct sections, the inner part of the wing is responsible for downforce generation, whilst the less steeply angled outer section softens the vortex ordinarily generated at the wing tip.

SF90 exhaust

Ferrari SF90 exhaust

21/21

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An overview of the SF90’s exhaust solution without the engine cover installed.