Ferrari as a group had an honest outing in Canada the place each their drivers managed to complete within the High 5, nonetheless it has been just lately been revealed that Leclerc was working a Crimson Bull-inspired rear wing in Montreal.
The Monegasque began the Canadian GP from the again of the grid so Ferrari gave him the brand new rear wing to assist him overtake the opposite automobiles on the observe.
Furthermore, the group is now trying to run the brand new spec on a extra common foundation on each their automobiles with a view to match Crimson Bull on the subject of high-top speeds.
It’s the widespread perception that the brand new rear wing helps in lowering the downforce and it, in flip, helps in lowering the drag that makes the automotive go sooner and obtain better prime speeds.
The Italian group solely had one new rear wing obtainable for Canada and thus Carlos Sainz needed to drive with the outdated spec that creates extra downforce as in comparison with the brand new one.
Nevertheless, Ferrari has confirmed that they need to make the brand new rear wing the usual design from the upcoming British Grand Prix onwards.
Ferrari on Charles Leclerc’s new rear wing in Canada
The brand new rear wing has the aptitude to extend prime velocity and that is one space the place the Italian group has been second finest to Crimson Bull on most events this season. Ferrari is hoping that the brand new spec will assist the group in difficult Crimson Bull.
The group’s engineer Claudio Albertini has revealed that the brand new rear wing on their automotive in Montreal was impressed by the aerodynamic effectivity of Crimson Bull and has said, “It’s true that generally you understand whenever you see a rival the place you possibly can enhance and you may see that [with] prime velocity, there was room to enhance.”
After Albertini’s assertion, it’s fairly evident that the “Prancing Horse” has taken a web page out of the books of Crimson Bull and is now going to make use of it towards them.
The British Grand Prix is only a week away and it’ll fascinating to see how the 2 Ferrari would carry out in Silverstone with that new Crimson Bull-inspired rear wing.