The Red Bull and Ferrari copied the idea of ​​Aston Martin

Formula 1: Teams like Red Bull and Ferrari have copied Aston Martin’s idea to find more momentum: In a recent development, it was revealed that Ferrari and Red Bull have mimicked a Winglet design by Aston Martin to enhance their performance. A new kill wing was planted just under the nose. The first launch was at Aston Martin in February, followed by the Red Bull and Ferrari. Follow Formula 1 updates on InsideSport.IN

The part was fitted in an attempt to create additional downforce which is important in F1. Ferrari team captain Mattea Binotto confirmed that part of the vehicle was driven by their opponents and gave a strong warning to various teams. “In F1-75, there is already a detail from a car that was presented in the last few days.”

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Formula 1: Published! See how the Red Bull and Ferrari copied Aston Martin’s idea to find more speed

Formula 1: Published!  See how the Red Bull and Ferrari copied Aston Martin's idea to find more speed
Formula 1: Ferrari team captain Matia Binotto.

“And especially in this first episode we’ll all be watching each other very closely,” Binoto added more. However, for this year their competitors did not take long to copy the Red Bull design and fit the same narrow inlet with their RB18.

Formula 1: Published! See how the Red Bull and Ferrari copied Aston Martin’s idea to find more speed

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It is believed that winglets will help ‘Change pressure distribution’ Which can be fundamental to performance. However, the teams are interested in additionally fitting kill winglets as they can fit different part opportunities.

According to reports, several teams are compromising their electronics in the opposite part of the sidepod. Helmut Marco, Red Bull’s adviser, is confident that his group will not be stopped for updates. Asked if there was any doubt that Ferrari could defeat the Red Bull in a development battle, he replied, “I don’t think so.”

Formula 1: Published! See how the Red Bull and Ferrari copied Aston Martin’s idea to find more speed

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