Chinese Grand Prix technical debrief
Most teams have scheduled major upgrades for Barcelona, but that didn't stop them introducing modifications aplenty for China, as former F1 technical director Gary Anderson observes
Although most teams saved their main update packages for the next race in Spain – which marks the start of the European season – the huge rate of development in Formula 1 still meant teams were bolting on new parts in China.
As well as a number of outfits trying to get a grip on the F-Duct concept introduced by McLaren, we saw a number of tweaks to car floors, brakes – and even Red Bull Racing making some important tweaks to the nose section of its RB6.
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