There are three things to really consider when looking at the latest batch of cars: how have the team handled the new regulations that reduce downforce by approximately 10%, how have they reconfigured the car under the homologation and token system and what progress have they made from an aerodynamic perspective aside from the change in regs. In terms of how this team has handled the new regulations, we'll have to wait to see the physical car, as the renders released by the team fall short of revealing any of this detail. The floor clearly meets the dimensional requirements issued by the FIA but, like the floor it tested in Abu Dhabi, this falls short of displaying any of the aerodynamic trinkets that will likely occupy the space ahead of the rear tyre. Read Also: Renault evaluating switch to Mercedes F1 engine concept How Alpine’s cure to 2021 F1 rules starts at the front The rearward and top views disguise the areas of interest, or have been intentionally darkened to prevent anyone from capturing a glimpse of anything significant. That said, let’s take a closer look… Alpine A521 front wing detail Photo by: Alpine At the front of the car… Read full this story
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