A selection of the best technical images from the first day of testing at the Hungaroring courtesy of Sutton Images.
Ferrari SF70H rear
A look at the SF70H’s diffuser - note also the extreme angle of the crash structure tail.
Red Bull Racing RB13 rear diffuser detail
Red Bull trialling a new diffuser, which features a more curved outer wall.
Mercedes-Benz F1 W08 front wing change
As the Mercedes mechanics conduct a front wing change, it exposes the detail under the nose, including the large v-shaped ‘S’ duct inlet.
Ferrari mechanic, the wing detail of Charles Leclerc's Ferrari SF70H
A Ferrari mechanic prepares a spare front wing by adjusting the flap angle.
Charles Leclerc, Ferrari SF70H, aero paint on rear diffuser
Flo-viz applied to a new diffuser being tested by Ferrari on the first day of the post GP test. The central portion of the diffuser is now sinuous, having previously been squared off.
Nicholas Latifi, Renault Sport F1 Team RS17, aero sensors
Renault continue testing with a new front wing that was run during the lead-up to the Hungarian GP. Huge kiel probe arrays were also mounted behind the front wheels of the RS17 to collect data on the wake being shed.
McLaren MCL32 rear wing
McLaren continuing to run the triple-element T-wing and revised monkey seat introduced a few days ago for the Hungarian GP.
Scuderia Toro Rosso STR12 rear wing
Toro Rosso's lower-hooped T-Wing, first seen in Baku, features its own reverse swan-neck support and seems oddly angled down - which is likely done in order to work the rear wing harder. A pitot tube has been mounted ahead of the endplate louvres too, as the designers look for more data on their behaviour.
Gustav Malja, Sauber C36
Rear shot of the C36, which saw extensive updates for the Hungarian GP, with a lower-hooped T-wing.
Stoffel Vandoorne, McLaren MCL32
On this shot of the MCL32, a pair of kiel probe arrays can be seen mounted low down behind the front wing.