Technical innovation is what makes Formula 1 so different from any other form of racing. The on track action is as much played out by the engineers and aerodynamicists as it is the drivers. We are here to admire, study, and discuss this beauty that exists on the ragged edge of what we think is possible, or at least what we thought was possible.

For more technical intrigue, be sure to check out this year's previous in-season tests and Grand Prix.

This post will be updated as the weekend progresses. Discussions and questions are welcomed and encouraged in the comments section below.

Hunarian Grand Prix


Red Bull RB10

RB10 front bulkhead detail.

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Mercedes W05

W05 front wing detail.

W05 front wing detail.

W05 sidepod detail.

W05 rear end detail.

W05 rear wing detail. Note Mercedes multi-element enclosed Monkey seat forming around the exhaust outlet.


Ferrari F14T

F24T front wing detail.


Lotus E22

E22 front bulkhead detail.


McLaren MP4-29

MP4-29 front wing detail.

MP4-29 rear wing detail.

MP4-29 rear end detail. McLaren look to be keeping their serrated (on the top of the lower element and the bottom of the upper element) rear wing for Hungary.


Force India VJM07

Force India boffins applying sponsorship decals.

VJM07 rear end detail.


Sauber C33

C33 front bulkhead detail.

C33 coke-bottle zone detail. Notice the tire squirt slots in the floor preceding the rear tire and the elongated vertical strakes leading to the space between the inner tire sidewall and the diffuser.

C33 rear end detail.


Toro Rosso STR9

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Williams FW36

Williams FW36 front bulkhead detail.

Williams rear wing detail. Notice the cooling vents in the shark fin of the FW36.


Marussia MR03

Marussia MR03 font brake assembly detail.


Caterham CT05

CT05 front wing detail.


images via Auto Motor und Sport