Williams FW38 Concept F1 Car is a design study of future F1 car after rule changes in 2017. These new changes are meant to make the car even faster, more challenging to drive, and more passing. Olcay Tuncay Karabulut submitted his idea of redesigned F1 car, Williams FW38 features a 1850mm wide front wing, which is 200mm wider than the version currently used, and a rear wing that is 950mm wide and 800mm high. Following the new rules, diffuse design would still the same just like how F1 cars were in 2010, this can improve performance from the floor. The new tires would be slightly narrower because higher drag produced can offset all aerodynamic gains. The front tires are now wider while the rear would be smaller compared to the current design. Unfortunately there’s no much information we can get from Olcay, we would love to see more details and improvement of this concept car.
Designer : Olcay Tuncay Karabulut
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