Spa saw a huge array of tech developments as teams begin to tackle some of the lower downforce tracks of the year. William Tyson dissects the teams' latest offerings.
The next two rounds on the F1 calendar – Spa and Monza – are two of the toughest circuits when deciding what aerodynamic route to take. Low downforce aero packages have sprung up everywhere along the grid this weekend suggesting that whilst in the past the alternative high downforce strategy was often beneficial, given the spread of the power unit performance this year it is safer to go with a low drag setup.
Of the top teams McLaren and Ferrari have been the most busy during the two weeks available to work in over...
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