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Tech Analysis: Monaco GP developments

Traditionally Monaco is never the place to bring substantial upgrades as far more time is found in setup work than 10 points of extra downforce. The key is giving the driver confidence, which is why the cars are loaded with additional smaller downforce inducing devices, on top of their baseline package, from front to rear. Small mechanical updates will also be on the agenda for a lot of teams to increase tyre temperatures, which is hard to achieve due to the slow-speed corners and slippery track surface. Here are the key developments from the weekend. Red Bull Having stumbled upon a neat method of reducing drag at the front of the car, Red Bull have had to comply to the FIA's ruling of...
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