Grand Prix racing comes with a new look in 2009. Among other significant technical changes—wider cars, grooveless slicks, and Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (think “electric power-to-pass”)—there are new aero rules intended to improve a car’s ability to overtake another.
Included is this fascinating detail: Front wings will be driver-adjustable for angle of attack. That’s right—F1 is getting Movable Aerodynamic Devices.
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