TECH TALK: Looking in detail at Racing Point's controversial brake ducts following Renault’s protest


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The big talking point from last week's Styrian Grand Prix weekend was Renault's protest of the brake ducts on Racing Point's RP20 car, which they contend are copies of those used on last year's Mercedes W10.

READ MORE: ‘It’s about the future of F1’ – Renault outline why they protested Racing Point’s brake ducts

So what exactly is Renault's protest based on? Are they likely to see their protest upheld by the Formula 1 stewards? And could the ruling have a knock-on effect on some of the other teams?

To explain, F1 technical expert Sam Collins takes a look at the RP20's brake ducts, and those of last year's Mercedes in this free preview from F1 TV’s Tech Talk show.

READ MORE: Under the skin of Renault's protest of Racing Point's RP20



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