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Sauber C29 – Rear wing stalling system


 

         Sauber despite  BMW withdrawal , budget deficit and uncertain future was the first team to copy and test at Australia Mc Laren’s innovative rear wing stalling system ! Rumors suggest that Pedro De La Rossa , former Mc laren test driver and now Sauber’s driver may have helped the team to develop quickly its own blown rear wing system .

 

 

System details :

          The system receives air directly from the airbox  and then air is guided with the help of  a tube housed inside the engine cover onto the main rear wing plane ( difference from Mc Laren design )  . A duct placed on the left cockpit plays a role to the system’s activation control .

 

 

Debut of the system :

         The very first version of the system was tested at Australia . Revisions to the system took place for Malaysia in an attempt to make the system more complete and able to  race .

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