Why Ferrari had one reason to be cheerful after its latest defeat | F1 technology

The package of changes included the nose pylon slots were made larger to ‘inwash’ more airflow towards the front turning vanes, which were rearranged with a second vane added behind the usual one (2).
But Ferrari’s path back to competitiveness is not about one major change, rather a series careful correction of many elements forming the car’s aero package.
This may have flattered Ferrari, as Mercedes were clearly off the pace due to the effect the unique conditions had on its W10.

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