Force India is pulling out all the aerodynamic stops, rolling out a VJM10 in Singapore which incorporates a radically modified shark fin.
The Marina Bay high-downforce venue has fueled innovation and development at the Silverstone-based outfit with the shark fin engine cover on its pink car displaying a serrated top edge with 30 mini wings.
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The purpose of the miniature wings is obviously to generate additional downforce but also better direct airflow to the VJM10’s T-wing and rear wing.
Force India’s T-wing has also been substantially modified for Singapore, and no incorporates three separate elements made up of double planes.
The team’s aero modifications could just be part of a novel maximum-downforce concept approach set to be trialed in practice.
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