Bite-size tech: Toro Rosso STR11 asymmetric cooling

However, in recent seasons teams have toyed with using asymmetry in a quest for additional performance. Lest we forget Lotus' 2014 challenger featured an asymmetric nose, rear wing support pylon and was often seen utilizing different sized cooling outlets at the rear of the car. A symmetrical design also makes for an easier design process, with initial CFD studies usually conducted on ... Keep reading