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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

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Not sure I have much to say about the Haas at this point other than it seems like a typical 2017 entrant; don’t get me wrong, it’s certainly a technical improvement over their 2016 design if you observe the rear bodywork (now a coke bottle shape instead of a teardrop) and the under-nose turning vanes.

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For what’s supposed to be a midfield team, the detail on the STR12 is quite intricate. They’ve followed Mercedes with the lifted front wishbone arms in their attachment to the upright, they’re the first team to show a monkey seat (though I suspect others will add one as testing begins), the rear end is tight as ever,

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