Analysis: Williams strives to catch midfield with new aero | F1 technology

Williams prefers to call its new parts ‘test items’ rather than ‘upgrades’.
In Germany the main bargeboards have received attention and are so different to the old spec that they are effectively all-new.
Williams have added a legality part (6), formed of a small machined piece of metal, as this as wire to meet the wording of the splitter leading-edge rules.
In addition to the bargeboard package, the floor is new too.
All typical aims for in-season aero development and especially important for Williams to regain lost ground to the midfield.

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