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    #2021F1
    1) rear wing still wide and 2 element
    2) no upper endplate to reduce DF & tip vortices
    3) beam wing works with underfloor
    4) split in beam wing

    https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/statu...66269086388226

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    #2021F1
    To police fuel flow, Fuel system now has standardised
    -High pressure and primer pumps
    -Standard piping
    -Standard flow meter (FFM) – as now
    -Prescribed collector & certain internal components

    https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/statu...69343892860931

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    #2021F1
    Suspension is being sorted too
    -Ban of Hydraulic suspension
    -Simpler inboard systems (springs, dampers) and banning of inerters
    -Kinematic restrictions to resolve poorly regulated area outside of the
    wheel (POU)
    Separation of suspension structures and their fairings

    https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/statu...70824511533070

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    #2021F1
    Larger 18" wheels (18”) & fairings, standard supply
    Tyre blankets kept for 2021 and 2022
    Prescribed design hubs, nuts, wheel retention
    Bigger disks 330mm, simpler design, fewer and larger holes
    Postponement of standard brake supply until 2023

    https://twitter.com/ScarbsTech/statu...87008237703168

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    I am excited for spinners, yo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dodint View Post
    I am excited for spinners, yo.
    With Neons!

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    Are they really going to race with wheel covers?

    And wtf is the deal with the cars continuing to get heavier? These guys kill me...
    Last edited by JoeW; October 31st, 2019 at 07:57 PM.

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    It's all kinda cool but those wheel covers can fuck right off. Something else that can fuck off is standardised brake components.

    I love how they're going for more under body aero, but I'd like to see a less weird-looking rounded-off rear wing. Give them a dual-plane wing with end plates, like an Indy Car from the 90s, please.

    And having the rear floor sealed by the appendages of the rear brake ducts is clever - it means the car can move around a bit and still have the seal sitting very close to the track surface. It will help a lot at bumpy tracks like Monaco, as well as giving them the option to allow more mechanical grip on high G corners like those found at Spa.

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    Call me crazy but if the 2021's really look like that, I am excited. The renderings look cool as fuck.

    And wheel covers are ace! Though, does that mean they won't be changing tires then?

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