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Force India VJM07 – Tech Analysis

Although the car won't be officially launched until Jerez next week, Force India decided to spoil us by posting a 3D render of its 2014 challenger, VJM07. This presents a great opportunity to have a look at some of the technical changes ahead of the season using a real life example, rather than predictions and outlandish interpretations. Front wing/nose Although the render is from the side, there is still a lot we can learn about the 2014 changes to the front of the car. We can clearly see the low-style nose that must lie 185mm above the reference plane, showing that the team have gone down the 'finger' nose path. It is unclear yet as to whether the front wing is mounted to the 'finger'...
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