"We've been working on the new vehicle for over 12 months now", Brawn said. "The aesthetics of the vehicle for me are very important".
"I see no reason why we can not have exciting-looking cars", said Brawn.
The former Mercedes team principal said he had been working with teams and motorsport governing body FIA to develop new aerodynamics that would enable cars to follow each other at shorter distances without a loss of performance.More news: Govt will maintain 3.3% fiscal deficit target: Jaitley
However, with new Formula One owner Liberty Media continuing to work with teams on the plans for 2021, it is unclear how much of this concept will be seen on tracks in three years time. We want a vehicle that is inspiring. So the cars out there at the moment, on our assessment, lose 50 percent when they get right behind.
The most notable change in all three concepts is the introduction of fairings near the wheels to improve the airflow, with cars for 2019 already set to include changes to the front wings based on similar principles.
"But alongside that, we wanted to make sure that we have some great looking cars".
"All 10 teams are working towards finding the best solution we can for 2021, so there are regular reviews for all the teams". The concept molds some of the sleek looks from Concept 1 (with the stretched halo) and some of the more aggressive bits from Concept 2. I think one of the things you can see on these cars, the bigger wheels which we plan to go to in 2021, is we give a more modern feel to the vehicle.More news: Man Dies After Shark Attack, First Fatality In Massachusetts In 82 Years
'That is not to control the development, because it's critical this development achieves its objectives, but why shouldn't we have great looking cars as we're evolving the cars? It turns out that 18-inch wheels actually do look pretty damn good.
Brawn revealed that aerodynamic fairings around the bigger wheels are being considered to limit the impact of dirty air, while the drivers have been consulted as part of the development of the concepts. Unfortunately, that means drivers are likely to limit their pace significantly from the start of the race and it's unlikely we'll see the sort of flat-out racing that made for such a thrilling Italian Grand Prix two weeks ago. But they're often categories with fixed designs, so everyone races the same vehicle, so you don't have the extremes of design that we have in Formula 1. We've been sharing some info with IndyCar on their experiences.
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