Ferrari headlines Hungary tech intrigue

Ferrari headlines Hungary tech intrigue

While major developments are now limited as the 2017 rules approach, Ferrari's reaction to recent failures, Mercedes' secrecy and new items on the Red Bull and Manor were among the items catching the eye in the Hungaroring garages in practice

With so many Formula 1 teams turning their attention to 2017 preparations, Hungarian Grand Prix practice wasn't expected to produce much technical intrigue. And sure enough, new developments were thin on the ground - but the majority of outfits still had something of interest to try on their cars at the Hungaroring on Friday.

FERRARI - Tackling reliability weak points

Aerodynamically the Ferrari wore both high downforce and Silverstone-spec parts on Friday.

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