Less extreme T-wings from now says Force India
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JUNE 5, 2017

Less extreme T-wings from now says Force India

The 'T-wing' craze stepped into a higher gear recently in Monaco.

Although the unpopular, TV antennae-style airbox wings have been banned for 2018, the cars turned out for the Monaco grand prix with more extreme designs than ever.

Having argued against the 'T-wing' trend, Red Bull had a new double-decker version in Monaco, while Force India went one better with a triple-decker T-wing.

But Force India's technical boss Andy Green told Auto Motor und Sport: "The triple-decker is the maximum for us.

"We built it specifically for this race, although perhaps we'll use a variant of it in Singapore or Hungary. But on the other tracks, the T-wings will be smaller because they produce quite a lot of drag."

(GMM)

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