31 Aug 2021

The tech updates planned for a dry F1 Belgian GP

Red Bull had run the low-drag specification of rear wing it had trialled at Baku in a bid to capture more straightline performance from its RB16B at Spa-Francorchamps and overturn any disadvantage it runs with its high-rake philosophy.
The slotted endplate was hence removed for Belgium, and the upper wing flap featured its turned-down outer…
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