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28 Jun 2014


Changes made to the nose and front wing mountings clearly have an impact further downstream and so the team also revised their Turning Vanes in Austria. Much like Red Bull the team have opted to flatten out the bottom section of the twin vanes which will collate the airflow passing down the outside of the chassis and re-direct it more efficiently around the sidepods, whilst protecting the airflow traveling under the nose/chassis from the wake of the front tyres.


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