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McLaren introduces shapely new front wing

As part of a fairly large aerodynamic update for its MP4-29, McLaren have introduce a long overdue front wing update, getting rid of the rather bulky previous design that looked rather date in comparison to items seen on front running teams. The new front wing only appears to have the leading edge of the base plane and parts of the endplates in common with its predecessor, but other than that everything is new. Still a three element wing, the inside of the flaps has considerably changed, featuring an increased opening in between the second and third element. The tips of these flaps are designed the way that are to impact airflow downstream, rather than downforce generation of the front...
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