Everything technical in F1
Renault: Monster rear gurney flap, often used in testing, to add more rear downforce
Red Bull: similar sidepods revised pull rod suspension
Red Bull: V nose much more aggressive, top shoulders truncated
Red Bull: it looks like theyve gone for a narrow diffuser merged into the beam wing ala Sauber
Force India: with the Mac\Merc rear end, theres also mac style openings around the sidepods
Force India: From this view its clear how much the beam wing is split by the diffuser
Force India: note the tall diffuser (yellow), the tail light (green) and beam wing (blue)
Force India VJM03: a bit more rough and ready than my usual drawings, heres the new car
Williams: Snow Plough (aka cow catcher) on the front splitter
Virgin: Lower wishbones mount centrally under the nose, ala Mercedes
Virgin VR01: side view
Virgin: At last a clearer view
McLaren: new vent into the cockpit, ready for Bahrain?
Renault: wins the Award for best rear wing, with this distinctly "W" shaped device
With no refuelling in 2010, fuel tanks are larger, may be 10cm longer in some cases
Bridgestone Front Tyres: Are about 25mm narrower now.
Ferrari: The small winglets above the main wing are called cascades & have changed since this pic
Ferrari: Use the "V" nose (yellow) reducing the blockage between the front wheels
Renault Diffuser, Albeit just as wide as Mac, their diffuser is much lower than the beam wing
Just to clarify: as Mclaren have effectively joined up the diffuser to the lower rear wing this is how big their diffuser outlet is
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