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Sauber C29 – New sophisticated rear wing for Australia


  Melbourne , front view

           For Melbourne Sauber adopted a totally different and quite sophisticated rear wing concept with slotted flaps (1) not bending upwards close to the endplates like they did before and endplates featuring  four slits instead of two (2) . In details the main flap featured an extra slot at its middle zone and an extra slit , both to bleed some of the airflow blowing onto the flap profile , a design allowing higher wing attack angles without causing the wing to stall .

  Melbourne , rear view

         This wing spec was also tested during winter testing like the one used at Sakhir but it is not a brand new design as it was already introduced since  last year by Sauber team and can be possibly  regarded as  a beacon for the 2010 F-duct system .

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