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The latest F1 2019 technology, right out of the pit lane



Ferrari SF90

  Ferrari SF90

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

A fantastic view of the Ferrari SF90 allows a multitude of details, including the slotted splinter extension Multi-element side-pod deflectors and their cockpit cooling vent integrated into the body surrounding the halo.

Ferrari SF90 Bargeboard Detail

  Ferrari SF90 Bargeboard Detail

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

The bar boards of the SF90 feature the front of the assembly over a larger section than the rules should allow, as the team pinched some of the chassis. You may also have a short boomerang in the middle of that surface to connect to the lower bargeboard section behind it.

Alfa Romeo Racing C38

  Alfa Romeo Racing C38

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Photo: Mark Su tton / Sutton Images

The C38 by Kimi Raikkonen is on with a The Flo Viz painted the rear wing, as the team wants to see if it works as expected.

Renault Sport F1 Team R.S. 19

  Renault Sport F1 Team R.S. 19

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Photo by: Carl Bingham / LAT Images

The Renault RS18 rolls down the pit lane with some new elements that were missing when the vehicle started. These include new two-piece wing mirrors, a T-wing with curved down tips and staggered and elongated rear end plates.

Haas F1 Team VF-19

  Haas F1 Team VF-19

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Photo by: Carl Bingham / LAT Images

It seems that Haas has Little to hide in the renderings released by them, with the VF-19 for the first day in a similar trim test.

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Valtteri Bottas introduced the Mercedes W10 In the morning session he completed 69 laps. The vehicle pictured here is complete with behind-the-wheel-mounted keel probe arrays as the team collects data that is analyzed to ensure that the real world correlates with their simulation tools.

McLaren MCL34

  McLaren MCL34

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A good overview of the MCL34, which is presented in a specification similar to that of the Team featured launch vehicle is.

Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14

  Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

The STR14 looks different The front fender is in the Startrendern shown. The outer area can be seen at Ferrari and Alfa Romeo. It's also worth noting that they continue to use the two-piece exterior mirrors that they introduced last season.

Red Bull Racing RB15

  Red Bull Racing RB15

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] Photo by: Red Bull Content Pool

Max Verstappen at the wheel of the RB15, who unequivocally admits the Reached the rake level we are used to from Red Bull. It is also worth noting that the team on the front fender is performing checkered points, while a hi-speed camera captures the footage to determine the distraction it undergoes in the course of a lap.

Ferrari SF90 rear wing detail

  Ferrari SF90 rear wing detail

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A great view of Ferrari's rear wing showing the stalks On the road are the outer edge of the bounding box in the transition zone and, in addition, the upwelling ramps.

McLaren MCL34 with aerolack on the front axle

  McLaren MCL34 with aerolack on the front axle

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

Carlos Sainz at the wheel of the McLaren MCL34, which had been painted with Flo-Viz paint around the front suspension to assess the flow characteristics and ensure the front end performs a s expected.

Renault Sport F1 Team R.S. 19

  Renault Sport F1 Team R.S. 19

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Photo by: Andy Hone / LAT Images

A look at the diaphragm of the Renault RS19, which now features almost universally used periscope sidepods. Also note the new Sidepod deflectors, which differ significantly from those shown on the launch car.

McLaren MCL34

  McLaren MCL34

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Photo by: Andy Hone / LAT Images

Another look at the Flo Viz paint on the front of the McLaren MCL34.

Alfa Romeo Racing C38

  Alfa Romeo Racing C38

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Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A great overview of the sidepods of Alfa Romeo C38 Now featuring the low periscope-style impact bumpers and inlet.

Racing Point F1 Team RP19

  Racing Point F1 Team RP19

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Photo by: Andy Hone / LAT Pictures

The RP19 will be in a relatively restrained aerodynamic configuration will be used for the first test, while the team at the plant will continue with the first specification.

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power + with air sensor

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power + with air sensor

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Photo by: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images [19659005] Bottas on the steering wheel of the Mercedes W10 with a pair of probe arrays behind the front wheels, so that the team can investigate the resulting waking disorder.

Ferrari S F90 with aerosensors on the rear wing

  Ferrari SF90 with aerosensors on the rear wing

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Photo by: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images

Sebastian Vettel was at the wheel Ferrari SF90 on the first day of the test and went out with a rather large pair of probe arrays behind the rear wheel. However, the team also mounted a pair of pillars on the rear wing with pitot tubes.

McLaren MCL34

  McLaren MCL34

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Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / LAT Images

This three-quarter view from the back shows how much undercut on the McLaren MCL34 in available this year.

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power +

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power +

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Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

Mercedes sprayed During the morning session Flo-Viz paint on the front wing of the W10. A number of pitot tubes were also mounted in front of the rear tire on the ground, as the team wanted to capture as much data as possible.

Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14

  Scuderia Toro Rosso STR14

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Photo: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

Toro Rosso has the temperatures in the back of the car in the Keep eye stickers on the side of the rear wing pillar through which the exhaust passes.

Kimi Raikkonen, Alfa Romeo Racing C38, whirls in the gravel

  Kimi Raikkonen, Alfa Romeo Racing C38, whirls in the gravel

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Photo by: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images

Kimi Raikkonen's earlier C38 race was brought to a standstill when he ended up in the gravel trap. We see here that the team wanted to capture the images of the river over the rear of the car

Ferrari SF90

  Ferrari SF90

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Photo by: Giorgio Piol [19659005] A Look at Ferrari's Sidepod Solution A Horizontal Bar Mounted in Front of the High Side Box Entrance

Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10

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A view of the sidepods of the Mercedes W10, the cooling plate and the exit that flank the cockpit.

Renault Sport F1 Team RS 19

  Renault Sport F1 Team R.S. 19

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Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

A nice view of Renault's front wheel design, with multiple rims to control the airflow [19659121] Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power +

  Mercedes-AMG F1 W10 EQ Power +

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Photo by: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images

A Beautiful Top -Down overview of the Mercedes W10 shows how tight the side boxes are.

Racing Point RP19

  Racing Point RP19

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Photo by: Jerry Andre / Sutton Images

The Racing Point RP19 was with Flo-Vis around the tail sprayed as the team searched for images to capture the river.


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