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21 Mar 2014


A round up of all my articles connected to the Australian GP weekend:


Mercedes

Bite Size Tech: New Front Wing (un-raced)
Bite Size Tech: New roll hoop inlet snorkels

McLaren

Bite Size Tech: New Front Wing
Bite Size Tech: New under nose/chassis Turning Vanes

Toro Rosso

Bite Size Tech: Rear Wing support pylon (inverted Y-Lon) - un-raced

Lotus

Bite Size Tech: New Front Wing
Bite Size Tech: Rear Wing endplate amendments
Bite Size Tech: Asymmetric floor duct (NEW) 
Bite Size Tech: Engine Cover (Trial of the 'Shark Fin' and discrepancy between the two cars)

Caterham

Bite Size Tech: New Front Wing
Bite Size Tech: New Rear Wing support pylon (now an inverted Y-Lon)

Red Bull

Flowgate: An explanation for why Dainel Ricciardo was excluded from the Australian GP results
Bite Size Tech: New Front Wing
Bite Size Tech: Explaining the RB10's hidden nose cameras
Bite Size Tech: Amended rear wing support pylon
Bite Size Tech: Y100 Winglet / Beam Wing Slice / Monkey Seat
Bite Size Tech: Rear Wing gradient slots
Bite Size Tech: New Diffuser
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