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I'm Matthew Somerfield, a freelance journalist focused on the technical elements of Formula One. It has been a pleasure to provide content via this site for the last 5 years, which has led me to several paid freelancing jobs along the way. I'm currently plying my trade with Motorsport.com and working alongside the legend that is Giorgio Piola.

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4 Jul 2015

A selection of the best technical images from the British GP courtesy of Sutton Images which will be updated throughout the race weekend.
 Mercedes W06 front brake assembley
 Mercedes W06 rear wing
 Mercedes W06 steering wheel detail
 Mercedes W06 steering wheel detail
 Ferrari SF15-T front wing detail, note additional vane added in Cascade (green) whilst the upper flap has also been revised (blue)
 Ferrari SF15 sidepod detail
 Red Bull RB11 with flo-viz applied to brake ducts
 Ferrari SF15-T flo-viz applied to the new brake duct fin
  Ferrari SF15-T flo-viz applied to the new brake duct fin
 Mercedes W06 floor detail
 Mercedes W06 floor detail
 Toro Rosso STR10 detail
 Lotus E23 detail
 Sauber C34 Nose and front wing detail
 McLaren MP4-30 front wing detail
 Ferrari SF15-T chassis detail
 Force India new Nose and Front Wing
 Red Bull RB11 with kiel probe array mounted behind front right wheel
 Red Bull RB11 with kiel probe arrays mounted behind both front wheels
Sauber C34 front wing from above
 Ferrari SF15-T rear end detail
McLaren MP4-30 rear end detail, including new diffuser and Y150 extension gurney under the crash structure
 McLaren MP4-30 rear end detail, including new diffuser and Y150 extension gurney under the crash structure
 Ferrari SF15-T sidepod and splitter detail
 McLaren MP4-30 a familiar sight this season as a mechanic works on the car
 Ferrari SF15-T new front wing detail (note the loss of the outer endplate canard)
 Mercedes W06 with pitot tube mounted in the centre of the front wing
 McLaren MP4-30 front wing detail
 Ferrari SF15-T floor detail
 Force India VJM08 new nose and front wing
 Force India VJM08 airbox and chassis detail
 Force India VJM08 rear wing detail
 Mercedes W06 bulkhead detail
 Mercedes W06 floor detail
 Mercedes W06 wing mirror and vortex generator detail
 Mercedes W06 rear end detail, note the winglet mounted on the side of the crash structure
 Mercedes W06 turning vanes
 Mercedes W06 chassis extension which helps to mount the nose
 Mercedes W06 detached floor scroll
 Mercedes W06 floor and bargeboard detail
Mercedes W06 rear end detail including the sidepod cooling extensions
 Red Bull RB11 chassis detail
 Mercedes W06 front wing detail
 Williams FW37 rear wing detail, note the single element Y150 winglet (monkey seat)
Red Bull RB11 turning vane detail
McLaren MP4-30 rear end detail, note new diffuser and two piece gurney
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1 comment:

  1. Hi Matt, the front wings seem to be becoming increasingly complex. Do you have an article or link that would explain the philosophy and function of the whole wing and the various elements?

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