Technical analysis: Italian Grand Prix

Technical analysis: Italian Grand Prix

Craig Scarborough looks at the updates and technical changes seen at the Italian Grand Prix

Monza was the only remaining super fast track on the calendar. Even coming off the back of the low downforce set-ups in Spa, the sheer lack of downforce run by teams at Monza is surprising. The demand for low-drag aerodynamics to allow the cars the highest possible top speed means that most teams normally develop specific parts for this race.

With the cars already short of downforce from the 2009 regulations, the teams did not display the usual amount of Monza-only parts and, with the lack of aerodynamic add-ons compared to the plethora of devices added to the cars last year, most machines did not appear outwardly different from their Spa specification.

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