Aerodynamics in Formula One racing is often described as a black art, the real secret to success on the track. But as Toyota's head of aerodynamics Mark Gillan explains, the answer is blowing in the wind.
First and foremost, aerodynamics is the science of manipulating and making use of airflow. In Formula One racing, high speeds mean the air is a formidable force and it can be used to...»
Of Kimi Raikkonen's six victories this season, his domination of July's French Grand Prix was one of the most crucial.
Until that point, Raikkonen's championship challenge in the Ferrari had been less than convincing as he'd struggled to master Bridgestone's 2007-spec tyres. Suddenly, though, he got on a roll. Here's how the mid-season unfolded...