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Giorgio Piola's key points on Australian DG technology upgrades



Across the grid, some teams were able to digest their efforts from testing and evolution in Australia with new segments.

Giorgio Piola is keeping an eye on everything around the field, and his exclusive

Red Bull

  Red Bull Racing RB15 mini-wing

Red Bull Racing Racing

Photo by: Giorgio Piola [19659007] Red Bull brought forward some updates to its RB1

5 for Melbourne, one of the most prominent of which is a change to the front end plate. Like some other teams, including Mercedes and Renault, a small square section cut off from the upper corner of the trailing edge.

Paired with deep Red Bull deep wing profile, the inner edge of the upper face is now exposed, and means that the airboard can be easily driven. Corner point can develop a point of view, combining with other vortex hunting from the upper corner which is now exposed, pushing the air around the initial base

Ferrari

<img draggable = "false" src = "http" : //cdn-3.motorsport.com/images/mgl/27vjbMv0/s8/ferrari-sf90-front-suspension–1.jpg "alt =" Initial suspension details Ferrari SF90 [19659005] Ferrari SF90 initial suspension data [19659006] Photo by: Giorgio Piola

  Detailed Ferrari SF90

Ferrari SF90 detail

Photo by: Giorgio Piola

While trying to stay ahead of Mercedes, he has applied a unique approach to devices the front wheel for the race at Albert Park, installing two different front drum designs between the left and the right, with most of the heavy braking zones around the circuit leading on a right turn, the wheel needs to right delay delay More than the left side to ensure the right direction can be applied in the corner.

This means the right front brakes are working harder, so there is an additional cooling enterprise at Ferrari at this point to manage the temperatures more easily.

Mercedes

  Halo on the Mercedes AMG F1 W10

Halo

Photo by: Mark Sutton / Sutton Images

Mercedes is tackling the major upgraded package he brought to the second test week, where he tried a pair of hat wings in a row. The wings were brought to Australia, where the shape and angle of the wing is using pens in any turbulence from the haul itself, guiding it from the air intake.

Any rotating airflow from the wing tips is coming up with the square square squared area further downstream, offering a little more control in their management to bring them above the top of the side blocks.


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