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Richard, for me you wasn’t shoot down over your post “blowing the exhaust on the brake duct” as I could tell from what he said that he is not up to date with the latest going’s on, only somebody that knows what he is talking about can shoot somebody down over a subject.
You was right, directing the exhaust to blow on the vanes around the rear brake duct fins is one of several solutions and is considered by some to be better than blowing under the rear wing, this for the simple reason that it will be producing down force directly at the wheel which is an un sprung part of the car “un effecting the ride height” the problem with this is the sensitivity to throttle position, I was talking about this sensitivity (found out by FERRARI) sometime ago which forced them to come out with the periscope exhaust.