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TECH TUESDAY: How Ferrari tried to tame their SF-23 with new floor upgrades in Miami

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Mark Hughes
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Ferrari turned up in Miami with a new floor and a full commitment to the single pylon rear wing they had trailed at earlier races. The floor is part of an upgrade which will come to full fruition at Imola with revised upper bodywork.

Ferrari chose to bring the floor part of the package to confirm that it did what it was designed to do, which was, to quote the team’s senior performance engineer, Jock Clear, “To make the car more benign and predictable in the medium and high-speed corners.”

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