The Monaco Grand Prix poses interesting car setup challenges for F1 teams, aerodynamics being far less important than mechanical grip.
With all the talk about the F1 show being diminshed by dull races, are aerodynamics really the cause as the pundits suggest? Could ist be the tyres and semi-automatic gearboxes?
This year Twitter seems to be the place to keep up with what’s going on in F1
In 2009 Formula 1’s aerodynic rules have been changed and teams such as Brawn, Williams and Toyota find themselves with more efficient diffusers that have brought them to the top of the grid. but what are diffusers and what do they do?