Ferrari tried out a new Front Wing in Free Practice for the Korean GP. It’s rumoured to be a 2012 part being tested at the final races of this season. I will write a fuller analysis over the weekend, but here is the summary of its new features.
In layout the wing is a modern take on the 3 element wing and for the first time at Ferrari features and endplate-less design. Ferrari wing layout has been largely the same since the 2009 F60. With the endplate and the cascades attached to it removed. You can see the wing curls down to form the endplate itself.
Rather than a 3-element wing with a mainplane and two flaps, it is formed of a main plane, which is slotted to create two elements for most its span, with a single flap attached behind it.
The vertical sections of wing forming the endplate, are outswept and overlapping. This allied to the vane (removed in this pic) aids the flow around the front tyre.
Only the inner section of flap is adjustable. The outer part of the flap is fixed and cannot be adjusted, nor can the middle element as its formed from the structural main plane. The adjuster mechanism is visible between the moveable\fixed section of flap, the socket for the wrench to alter the front flap angle, is also clearly visible.