British Grand Prix technical blog
F1 is back to a 'traditional' circuit at Silverstone and the teams have had three weeks to work on new ideas. It's Lotus that has looked most intriguing, says Craig Scarborough
Following visits to two unusual circuits in Monaco and Montreal, Silverstone marks the return to representative tracks, allowing Formula 1 teams to judge car developments properly.
Unfortunately, rain blighted yesterday's running and prevented teams running as many parts as they would have liked. But it did not stop Lotus from trying a heavily-updated aerodynamic package and reintroducing its passive drag reduction device.
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