I disagree especially if the Ferrari is darting left and right trying to get around the car ahead. The air currents into the nose would be changing at high frequency from left to right wing side and jerking the Ferrari L and R as it was trying to pass.
Originally Posted by jonathan2263
I think an F1 car is fast enough, that as long as you're running in clean air, the apparent wind would always be from the front. Yaw angles probably only come into play when turning. And if you're in dirty air behind another car it would probably just work like a " traditional" wing.
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