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Photos GP Australia 2015 (Wednesday): Photos from Albert Park

Photos GP Australia 2015 (Wednesday)
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D he hide and seek is finally over. In the pit lane of the Albert Park Circuit, some teams dropped their covers for the first time. After spy alarms were still raging everywhere during the test drives, not all garages were covered with partition walls for a long time. Technology fans in particular got their money's worth.

First photos of the new Manor Marussia car

The walk to the end of the pit lane to the Manor Marussia team was particularly worthwhile. The racing team, which had already been declared dead, actually made it and brought 2 chassis to Melbourne in time. A new paintwork could already be seen on the paneling of the side pods - in red and white without black. But still without sponsors.

But what's under it is more important than the look. Because there was not enough time to build a completely new car, the previous year's models had to be adapted to the 2015 regulations without further ado. There was still no sign of the new noses. However, the engineers fiddled with an attachment for the front chassis bulkhead. The placeholder is apparently supposed to lengthen the front section according to the rules.

Clean is a topic of conversation

Even with staying clean the gates open and afforded an interesting look at the technology. The Swiss racing team is the big topic of conversation in the paddock because of the legal dispute with Giedo van der Garde. However, nothing of the Dutchman himself was to be seen on the route on Wednesday.

What else there was to see on Wednesday in Albert Park, we show you in our gallery with the first impressions.


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