Singapore GP technical review

Singapore GP technical review

The high downforce Marina Bay circuit provoked new front wings from McLaren and Ferrari, as well as developments elsewhere. AUTOSPORT resident technical guru Gary Anderson examines the updates in Singapore

McLaren front wing

McLaren introduced a whole new front wing assembly for the Singapore Grand Prix - and it was very intricate. The team had clearly gone to town on the development and it was a really nice package, with the main concept being to separate how the front wing works across its entire span.

If you look at the endplate area, it is clear the team is trying to turn as much airflow as possible around the outside of the front tyre, while the new horizontal wing section is working on the airflow in front of the tyre to try and join up with it so the flow in this whole area of the car works in unison.

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