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amzoun9595 wrote: ↑Wed Mar 06, 2019 2:41 pmWell, Newey finally gets a split turbo PU. Will he design a chassis that takes advantage of this, or cram the turbo inlet up against the back of the fuel tank? Like McLaren did.
Will they go air-to-water like Ferrari and Merc? Or will they keep the twin air-to-air arrangement that they and STR currently have?
This year's bodywork is already incredibly compact. The RB15 could take that to a whole 'nother level again.
Bigger, simpler wings next year, with shorter bargeboards and smaller front brake duct allowances. They'll also have to ditch their blown front wheel hubs.
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Honda still run the split turbo?? I thought they had to change because the effiency went up so high that the impeller size made it impossible to keep the split layout...
Running with a Honda power unit for the first time, the RB15 has had to be completely redesigned to accommodate the new power plant as well as optimise its packaging within the chassis. But as usual, Red Bull kept their cards close to their chests as their RB15 featured a one-off livery which is not only designed to look good, but also to disguise the clever details of the RB15’s aerodynamic design.