F1: Ferrari, here’s how it could be the single-seater 2020

With the games for the championships, drivers and constructors 2019 has now been closed, the development of single-seater for the season Formula 1 is still in progress – there are two GP at the end – can be considered concluded. All efforts are now concentrated on the cars for the 2020, a year of transition before the great revolution predicted for 2021 , and over the last week, with the early sketches to define the forms of the new machines.

The cars for the season 2020 Formula 1, instead, there will be no radical changes compared to what we saw this year, but surely the team will focus the development work on some areas, which might give rise to competitive advantages over the competition. As regards in particular the Ferrari, we could see the news regarding theaerodynamics of the bellies and the diagram of the front suspension.

The sides (A), that on the Ferrari SF90 are quite traditional, high and linear, should be subjected to changes and have a form to drop lower towards the rear. A solution that comes closer to the forms of the bellies Mercedes and Red Bull who now are trend and offer better advantages.

Might change, then also the diagram of the front suspension and (B) that on the SF90 are very traditional and classic triangle top and strut the classic, unlike those of Mercedes and Red Bull, that offer more extreme solutions. The upper triangle should have the bracket, triangle horizontal with the ground, and an attack on the hub with the pivot “L”. The scheme, which now take a lot of the vehicles that provide aerodynamic advantages, and technicians at the front and to the operation of the tires.

Beyond these details, are not expected no distortions of the philosophy of the design of the Ferrari SF90, which, after a start of the season is certainly not favourable, has proven to be a single seater with good technical bases on which rely, also for 2020, in the hope of hitting the drivers ‘ title, which is missing from the 2007, and the iris builders, conquered for the last time in 2008.

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