The Williams F1 added a new rear wing for Canadian Grand Prix free practice session. The Spanish GP winner Pastor Maldonado will assess the powerful new rear wing design during the free practice for the Canadian Grand Prix.
Williams F1 admitted that the performance of its DRS has detained it back at times this year, mainly in qualifying.
The Venezuelan says that the new rear wing added more curved profile than its predecessor, is part of a raft of updates for this weekend.
“In Barcelona it was OK,” Maldonado told reporters regarding the performance of the DRS.
“We have a new rear wing here, and I hope it will be better for the DRS but also for all the weekend.
“It’s all to discover. We need to test tomorrow and analyse many things on the car. We have a completely new aero package, so let’s see.”
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