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How F1 teams are exploiting rear wing endplate rules

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Oct 9, 2018, 8:19 PM

Mercedes and Ferrari have recently taken inspiration from McLaren in their slotted rear wing designs for high-downforce tracks. But at Sochi and Suzuka, McLaren ran with a new, simpler endplate. Take a look at the reasoning behind these concepts with our 3D video animation.

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