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Intriguing design with the 'fin' that extends from the cabin to the rear spoiler. Reminds me of the older Toro Rosso F1 car.

I wonder how much of an impact that could have if there is a high crosswind. Imagine 195mph down the Sarthe straight and a massive crosswind catches the side of that thing.
 

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Intriguing design with the 'fin' that extends from the cabin to the rear spoiler. Reminds me of the older Toro Rosso F1 car.

I wonder how much of an impact that could have if there is a high crosswind. Imagine 195mph down the Sarthe straight and a massive crosswind catches the side of that thing.
Would probably have to be a quite massive crosswind, considering the kind of airflow the car would be be creating front to rear while blasting down at 195 mph. Might be interesting at lower speeds though.
 

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Porsche returns to the 24h of Le Mans: a very good reason for Audi to pay them a visit with the Audi R18 e-tron quattro and to welcome them in their very own way.
 
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