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GP Week : Issue 162
THROUGH THE LENS ... British F1 Grand Prix Peter Prodromou, the head of aerodynamics is having a close look at the Red Bull, analysing the aero paint on the back, around the area where the exit of the exhaust is. This picture is nice because the rain light is still flashing and it's just going off as he's looking at it. Peter was the guy who ended up on the podium after the race with Webber and Vettel – working hard and then getting the recognition for it. It's becoming more and more apparent that the rear end is really important, and Red Bull's is now completely different to how it was at the beginning of the season. Mark Sutton – Canon EOS-1D Mark IV ¦ ISO Speed: 1600 ¦ Aperture: F2.8 ¦ Focal length: 200.0mm ¦ Exposure: 1/500 Sec ¦ Exposure mode: Aperture priority