The leading f1 team Red Bull RB6 will feature an F-duct for the first time in this season during Friday practice in Turkey Grand Prix. Continuous race winner Mark Webber set the news during Thursday’s FIA press meeting at Istanbul Park. Team boss Christian Horner had already declared freshly that the team would begin testing with the idea in Turkey.
“We are doing the research and for sure at the next couple of races we will have a look at it, but we will only introduce it when it earns a place on the car,” he said after Monaco.
As well using similar rear wing-stalling results in Turkey will be pioneers McLaren, as well as Force India, Ferrari, Sauber, Williams and Mercedes GP.
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