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Lotus Renault R31 – Ensuring floor splitter stiffness in Melbourne


 

R31 splitter ( T tray ) sports high vertical side fences (No1) to create a channel over the splitter channeling air inside the bargeboard shield and around the side pod bottom . There is also an outer tunnel (No2) to improve airflow under the chassis towards the diffuser  . To decrease vibration of this outer tunnel which affects performance negatively Renault in Melbourne used a metallic bonding (No3) to support the structure .

 

 

 

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