Aston Martin to rework trick F1 “bowtie” winglet after Zandvoort failure

Aston Martin to rework trick F1 “bowtie” winglet after Zandvoort failure
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Aston Martin to rework trick F1 “bowtie” winglet after Zandvoort failure

The small bowtie-shaped device located under the rear crash structure was designed to work with the latest floor updates in Aston Martin’s car. However, it showed signs of cracking during practice and was removed for the rest of the weekend. The device was an experiment to assess its aerodynamic impact but was not reliable enough on the track. Aston Martin is still exploring this concept and is looking for a more robust solution. The rest of the new floor package, along with some brake duct changes, was used on both cars for the weekend in Zandvoort.

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Source: Autosport.com

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