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Tech Talk: Bahrain front wings and the never ending quest for more downforce

Red Bull RB10 front wing Red Bull RB10 We all know of Red Bull's power unit plight, with an unsubstantiated figure of the team being short of 80bhp being touted around. Aerodynamically though the RB10 is a strong contender and follows in a long line of Newey penned cars that take advantage of extremely sculpted bodywork. Red Bull have therefore arrived in Bahrain looking to skew some of their aerodynamic performance in order to reduce drag, making up for their poor speed trap times, owing to the bhp disadvantage. One of these changes came in the form of a new front wing: As we can clearly see the team have stripped the RB10′s wing of the upper cascade elements in an effort to counter...
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