What’s new on the Ferrari SF1000

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Ferrari SF1000 detail

Ferrari SF1000 detail 1/13

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Let’s start immediately with a novelty: viking horns on both sides of the airbox.

Ferrari SF1000 front wing

Ferrari SF1000 front wing

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The nose has been further refined compared to the concept with which Ferrari took action since the Singapore Grand Prix. The “snow shovel” under the nose has been enlarged and therefore the shape of the tip of the nose had to be taken in hand. The outer edges of the cape have also been adjusted to produce more downward pressure.

Ferrari SF90, front wing

Ferrari SF90, front wing

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

For comparison, here is the solution with which the team drove in the final phase of 2019.

Ferrari SF1000 detail

Ferrari SF1000 detail

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The turning vanes were further brought forward: previously there were three elements attached to the nose, now there are four. The rear part, mounted under the chassis, has a larger base plate to better control the air.

Ferrari SF1000 barboarded detail

Ferrari SF1000 barboarded detail

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Ferrari has again maximized the height of the bargeboards. On the presented car, the whole consisted of three sections, which all seem to stand out above the prescribed limits. It looks like we can still expect something new in this area during the winter test, unless the team has found a loophole.

Ferrari SF1000 sidepod detail

Ferrari SF1000 sidepod detail

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The bargeboards are also relatively conventional with various elements and slots to perform optimally under different conditions, speeds and angles. The boomerangs at the top are further refined to better control the air. On the outside, they come together to form an extra deflector.

Ferrari SF90, bargeboard

Ferrari SF90, bargeboard

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Here we see last year’s bargeboard design.

Ferrari SF1000 detail

Ferrari SF1000 detail

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Behind this first deflector we find three more elements. The front two have an L-shape, the upper element is simplified and detached from the top edge of the sidepod.

Red Bull RB15 bargeboard, GP of Russia

Red Bull RB15 bargeboard, GP of Russia

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

With this Ferrari follows the path that Red Bull Racing took a few seasons ago. This ensures a different air flow towards the rear of the car. The use of the horizontal element ensures that the opening in the sidepod can be moved and reduced.

Ferrari SF71H sidepods

Ferrari SF71H sidepods

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Photo by: Giorgio Piola

Here we see the earlier version of Ferrari, where both elements were still connected.

Ferrari SF1000 detail

Ferrari SF1000 detail

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The SF1000 again has a two-part mirror.

Ferrari SF1000

Ferrari SF1000

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On the side view it is clear that the length of the Ferrari has increased again. The team has used this extra space to repackage the power unit and related components to reduce the overall width of the bodywork.

Ferrari SF1000 detail

Ferrari SF1000 detail

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This reading is further confirmed by the enormous floor in front of the bottle neck region, made possible in part by the narrow sidepod.



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