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5 Sep 2014


Saubers season has been less than ideal with the C33 not performing as the team had planned, however with Monza offering a unique challenge the team arrive with a new Rear Wing.  Those that keep a keen eye on the technical details will know that although the team bring a low downforce wing to Monza, it's not usually full of design intricacy. 
The wing presented here is very similar to the one used over the last couple of years although the endplates feature 2 drag reducing louvres in each one.


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