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Red Bull RB7 – Rear end revisions for Spain


       In Spain Red Bull had a new upgrade package featuring several rear end modifications . In particular the diffuser inherited a winglet under the rear  deformable structure which blocks the hot air coming from the two outlets sitting on either gearbox bottom sides to enter the central diffuser section from above . So the only remaining access of those hot emissions to the diffuser is through the engine starter hole .


      Another change is that the rear wing’s endplates gained vented extensions similar to the ones seen on Mc laren and Sauber quite a long time now .Worth’s remembering that Toyota was first to exploit those extensions back in 2009 to help diffuser extract air from under the floor more efficiently, because they divert air flow outwards.

     Additionally the lower combo of the rear brake winglets were also new , being now angled upwards.

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