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Ferrari F14T launch analysis

Ferrari have unveiled their all new F14T online. A fairly dull event, had it not been for a very interesting car that is quite a bit different than any other 2014 chassis seen thus far. The most obvious difference is of course the nose cone that is now lower. In fact, Ferrari had the highest nose cone of any car during 2013, hence for the Italian team it was a big step to come up with a new design that would retain the benefits of a high nose as much as possible. Contrary to Williams, McLaren and possible Force India (although they only released a side view image of the nose), the team opted to have a wide but thin measured section within the nose. To comply with Article 15.4.3 of the...
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