Free practice reveals F1 tech secrets

Free practice reveals F1 tech secrets

The first day of the Australian Grand Prix weekend gave CRAIG SCARBOROUGH the chance to see 2015's F1 cars in more detail. Here's what he found

Friday practice for the Australian Grand Prix is the first chance we have had to see the new Formula 1 cars without the garage secrecy screens permitted during testing.

Many teams were expected to bring late aero and chassis updates, but most proved to be more conservative than that, although practice has revealed some technical innovations not obvious during pre-season testing.

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