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Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

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An overview of the Red Bull RB16B as the mechanic prepares for action.

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

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Red Bull mechanics apply helicopter tape to the front brake drums to fill the gaps in the panels and improve aerodynamic efficiency.

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

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RB16B chassis close-up. Includes unique single element lower wishbone and inboard suspension elements.

Red Bull Racing RB16B Brake Drum Details

Red Bull Racing RB16B Brake Drum Details

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Close-up of the front brake duct. The bottom two inlets appear to be covered, but there are two outermost small circular notches. This may correspond to less cooling in Turkey, but the team does not want to completely redesign the entire section.

Red Bull Racing RB16B Brake Drum Details

Red Bull Racing RB16B Brake Drum Details

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The uncovered RB16B’s rear brakes and suspension stand upright, showing internal details. The upper extension creates another channel for the air flow to pass through.

Aston Martin AMR21 Brake Drum Details

Aston Martin AMR21 Brake Drum Details

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The Aston Martin AMR21 front brake duct shows different channels of inlets, bypass pipe outlets, and trenches made on the surface of the drum.

Aston Martin AMR21 Brake Drum Details

Aston Martin AMR21 Brake Drum Details

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At the rear of the AMR21, you can see what the upright objects of the brake duct and rear suspension look like as one item that allows the air flow to flow through them.

Details of Aston Martin AMR21

Details of Aston Martin AMR21

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Battery-powered fan coolers are located on the Aston Martin AMR21 side pods and airbox intakes to keep everything at the desired temperature. On the other hand, if you remove the engine cover and side pod bodywork from the car, you can see part of the power unit.

Aston Martin AMR21 nose and front wing details

Aston Martin AMR21 nose and front wing details

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Note that the Aston Martin AMR21 front wing has the leading edge of the foot plate facing up. This alleviates the aerodynamic problems that can be apparent when the car pitches forward when braking.

Aston Martin AMR21 front wing detail

Aston Martin AMR21 front wing detail

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Close-up of the front wing of the Aston Martin AMR21.

Details of Aston Martin AMR21

Details of Aston Martin AMR21

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Without a nose or vanity panel, the Aston Martin AMR21 offers a view of inboard suspension elements and accessories such as brake reservoirs designed to maximize space.

Details of McLaren MCL35M

Details of McLaren MCL35M

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High downforce rear wing for action on the McLaren MCL35.

Details of McLaren MCL35M

Details of McLaren MCL35M

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Undressed shots while the McLaren MCL35 is preparing for action provide a view of the saddle-style cooler mounted over the front brake assembly, inboard front suspension, brake cylinders, and power unit. increase.

Details of McLaren MCL35M

Details of McLaren MCL35M

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A close-up of the McLaren MCL35 front brake assembly in front of the drums and other internal plumbing is installed.

Details of Alfa Romeo Racing C41

Details of Alfa Romeo Racing C41

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A close-up of the rear end of the Alfa Romeo C41, including a diffuser, a vertical outwash strake in the lower half of the rear wing endplate, and a duct at the top of the crash structure (above rainlight).

Details of Alfa Romeo Racing C41

Details of Alfa Romeo Racing C41

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Alfa Romeo C41 rear wing end plate and close-ups of various surfaces hanging from the upper section. It guides the air flow and helps to change the vortex of the upper wing tip.

Alfa Romeo Racing C41 nose and front wing details

Alfa Romeo Racing C41 nose and front wing details

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An unusual view underneath the front wing, this is the Alfa Romeo C41. Note the short strakes that help guide the air flow around the front wheels. The square foot plate, on the other hand, also has cavities that allow airflow to move from top to bottom.

Ferrari SF21 detail

Ferrari SF21 detail

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The rear end of the Ferrari SF21. Includes a diffuser with a V-shaped vortex generator on the trailing edge of the board to improve airflow transfer to the diffuser lamps. And a smaller rear cooling outlet where the rear section behind the upper suspension arm looks crushed when compared to the height of the bodywork in front of it.

Ferrari SF21 detail

Ferrari SF21 detail

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The extreme close-up of the Ferrari SF21 diffuser shows a metal strap used to prevent the section from closing when the load increases.

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

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Note the serrated edges around the floor – diffuser of the Red Bull RB16B before it is lifted to the underside of the car.

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

Details of Red Bull Racing RB16B

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If you close up the RB16B without attaching the engine cover bodywork, you can see the plumbing cooler and saddle cooler mounted on top of Honda’s power unit.

Red Bull Racing RB16B Front Detail

Red Bull Racing RB16B Front Detail

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In this view of the RB16B you can see the inboard suspension elements on the front of the car and the winglets in the lower half of the brake duct.

Alpine A521 detail

Alpine A521 detail

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Without the nose and vanity panel, the Alpine A521 offers a view of the inboard suspension elements and brake cylinders.

Ferrari SF21 detail

Ferrari SF21 detail

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There is a slight asymmetry in the placement of the Ferrari SF21 brake ducts, with a small Naka-style duct in the lower left.

Williams FW43B details

Williams FW43B details

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The Williams FW43B’s high downforce rear wing has a gentle spoon shape that helps reduce drag on the outer part of the wing.

Haas VF-21 Brake Drum Details

Haas VF-21 Brake Drum Details

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Haas seems to utilize an asymmetrical front brake duct arrangement in Turkey, with some teardrop-shaped holes that help release some of the temperature generated by the brakes, as shown here. The left side has a more closed setup.

Haas VF-21 Brake Drum Details

Haas VF-21 Brake Drum Details

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On the right side, the VF21 has a more open arrangement and the collar on the edge of the drum helps direct the air flow as it exits the surface of the wheel.

Alfa Romeo Racing C41 Brake Drum Details

Alfa Romeo Racing C41 Brake Drum Details

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Intricately designed inlet scoop in the front brake duct of the Alfa Romeo C41. A wire-like finish is applied to some of the small inlets to prevent debris from getting stuck inside and overheating the brakes. Also note the different angles of the winglets mounted on the lower half of the brake duct.

Details of AlphaTauri AT02

Details of AlphaTauri AT02

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Without the bodywork of the engine cover, the Alpha Tauri AT02 offers a view of a saddle-style cooler mounted on top of the power unit. Also note the curved monkey seat winglets mounted over the exhaust fumes. This is a device we don’t see very often.

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