The cars now featuring the larger wheel rims, simpler specs front and rear wings along with a more athletically pleasing halo. We're committed to 18-inch wheels for the future.
Of the three, the third concept is the one most closely related to the current F1 cars, with the other silver vehicle (Concept 1) representing a more futuristic ideal - see the cleaner halo incorporation and more intricate spoiler.
That's following the release of new and innovative auto designs for 2021 in Formula One.
After one idea for a new-look vehicle was leaked on social media ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix, Brawn officially released the full scope of the vision that F1 has.
"Once the (current) cars get within a few auto lengths of each other, they lose 50 percent of their downforce". That's a substantial amount of performance lost.
As for the future generation racers, Brawn said that the organization is "looking at a new style of Formula 1 vehicle, aesthetically more modern and futuristic, as I don't think we've really captured as much as we could do in that regard".
Reigning champion Lewis Hamilton gave a positive reaction to the new regulations. He was effusive with his praise in an Instagram story, writing, "This shit looks dope af. I'm def gonna be driving if cars look like this... just please bring a V12 or V10 back".
"We can't eliminate that completely but we can reduce it, so the time differential for one auto to attack another can be much less".
While nothing specific was said about what the engine regulations will look like, F1 managing director of motorsports and technical director Ross Brawn hinted to several members of the media after the presentation that the current V6 hybrid units will remain. So a auto running in dirty air doesn't just lose downforce from the front wing, it also affects the rear because that front tire wake control is no longer effective. And the front wing no longer need look like H.R. Giger got a job working in the sport, since it no longer needs multiple elements that stop working in dirty air. Of course, looks are entirely subjective, but if these renderings are anything to go by, they're on the right track.
Liberty Media is now in talks with the Formula 1 teams and the FIA regarding new regulations for 2021.