Red Bull RB15: Technical analysis | F1 technology

New regulations notwithstanding, the biggest change for Red Bull this year is its power unit.
Although the regulations are supposed to make switching power unit easier with fixed positions for engine mounts crankshaft height and other ancillaries, the fact is this will be a complete re-design of the rear end for Red Bull.
Additionally, the driveshafts are also at this same sloped angle, its clearly visible that the differential is also mounted very high relative to the floor, with the highly raked Red Bull running some 13-15cm rear ride height, places the differential way higher than would be desired in a race car, from a CofG or angularity point of view.

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