Japanese Grand Prix technical review

Japanese Grand Prix technical review

We may be in to the final stages of a thrilling Formula 1 World Championship, but according to Gary Anderson, development continues apace up and down the pitlane

The fascinating championship battle may have increased in intensity throughout the Suzuka weekend, but a quick peruse of the pitlane showed that things are no less the R&D departments up and down the paddock.

Despite F-ducts being outlawed for 2010, Red Bull and McLaren brought new versions of the system to Japan, while several teams experimented with interesting aero devices for one of the most challenging venues on the calendar.

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