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Williams, Force India reveal first 2019 front wing concepts

Written by  Jul 31, 2018

While for some the summer break started on Sunday, for others two days of testing at the Hungaroring stand between them and a likely trip to the beach.

Tuesday has seen the commencement of that post-Grand Prix test with Williams and Force India offering a first look at the simplified 2019 specification front wing on the opening morning.

Designed to help drivers follow the car ahead more closely, the design sees a lot of the swoops on the endplates and upper elements completely removed while underneath, the number of strakes are limited to just two.

The new wing is also 200mm wider and 25mm deeper and is part of a raft of changes for next year which includes wider and deeper rear wings and a new location for bargeboards, all with the aim of making the cars less sensitive to turbulent air.

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Some scepticism remains over how effective the changes will be, however, with the designers keen to gain real on-track data as focus shifts more to next year it will be interesting to see what the feedback will be.

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