Interesting gap between the compressor and the turbine. I assume the compressor is on the right, sucking from what I assume is the airbox?
I did wonder this too. But I can see how they will do that if the turbine is the bit on the end. Its the intake I am confused about, I can't see where they would squeeze it back in under the air box.Sorry, but how the balls do the exhaust ports connect to the turbo housing? It's not a center port exhaust like BMW and Audi use and that housing is farther than I expected from the exhaust ports. I guess we will have to wait and see.
Another good question. Will they be limited to air-to-air intercoolers or will they be allowed to use air-to-water? The latter is much more spatially efficient.I assume there is going to be an inter cooler somewhere before it makes its ways back to the cylinders. Where is this going to fit?
It's hydraulically-operated, but I suspect it's done using passive sensors and systems, not by active modification through an onboard computer, in order to get around the active suspension ban.
This.It's not "active" in that they can't decide mid race to change ride height or rebound rate or whatnot. The only thing moving the components of the system is the movement of the suspension itself, so it's passive; just an extension of the suspension itself that happens to link the front and rear. Because it doesn't have manual inputs, it's legal. Basically, what lukenwolf said.