SportF1Technical gallery: what's new in F1 cars for Miami

Technical gallery: what's new in F1 cars for Miami

View of the front brake drum of the McLaren MCL36 where we can see the metal casing of the brake disc and the tubes that feed the caliper enclosure with cold air.


Ferrari front wing in front of the garage.


One of the two specifications of the front wing that McLaren has at its disposal and that it has studied throughout FP1 and FP2 to understand which one works better based on its performance.


A close up of the removable front wing panel and sensor housed in the front wing of the Aston Martin AMR22.


Aston Martin prepared two front wings to different specifications ahead of free practice, with the shape of the top two elements being the most noticeable changes between the two.


Good view of the floor of the Mercedes W13, with the shape and height, the tapered front edge of the bottom and the very narrow carved section in the middle for the bodywork all visible.


Mercedes’ new rear wing with lower downforce upper element pairing and beam spoiler.


The new rear wing of the Mercedes W13, seen from a front angle, which this weekend has a special decoration on the endplates, and has forced the team to rethink the scheme in the lower part and in the interior in order not to excessively compromise its objectives of weight.


The front corner of the floor of the Ferrari F1-75 and the outer section of the bottom, and also note the upper edge of one of the inner floor regions protruding above the leading edge.


Ferrari is expected to introduce a new rear wing for the Miami Grand Prix, tailored to its downforce levels, but it is the old specification wing.


A close-up of the spoiler and ground edge detail of the Ferrari F1-75, the design of which is inspired by that of the McLaren.


A close up of the Ferrari F1-75 front wing giving us a great view of the adjuster section (albeit without the adjuster attached), while also showing the section of the thermal imaging camera mounted on the upper front corner of the endplate .


The Alpine A522 front wing which as you will see only has the Gurney flap on the trailing edge of the upper flap on the outermost sections.


A look at McLaren’s spoon-shaped rear wing, while noting the body height of the cooling outlet at the rear of the car.


A close-up of the AlphaTauri AT03 front wing and nose, with its novel nose design, protruding below the previous wing assembly.


Looking down the side of the AlphaTauri AT03 we can see the shape of the pontoons, the floor and the bottom edge wing.


Red Bull has several rear brake drum designs, with a smooth configuration, without openings, which is shown in this case.


At the front of the car, the RB18 has a brake drum design with openings in the surface to help relieve heat generated within.


An overview of the rear of the Mercedes W13, including the new lower downforce rear wing, rear brake assembly and rear suspension.


We can also see the set of the front brakes of the Mercedes W13


For comparison, we also have the Mercedes in an assembly phase, without the drums and showing the internal details of the brakes.


From a slightly different angle we can see the intake and suspension elements of the W13 more clearly.


Red Bull mechanics work on the rear of the RB18 and with the bodywork removed we can see the arrangement of the seat cooler above the power unit and some of the rear suspension elements.


Interior suspension elements normally hidden under the body panel are shown here on the Ferrari F1-75 as the team prepared the car for action.


A close-up of the front suspension and brake duct on the Ferrari F1-75, while also looking at the damping system mounted between the chassis.

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