Technical updates: 2024 Monaco Grand Prix

Mercedes has a new floor as multiple teams bring circuit-specific upgrades to the Monaco Grand Prix.

While the majority of major updates were introduced in Imola last weekend, Mercedes has a development on its floor that it describes as “increased floor inboard leading edge volume” that generates more load. That is combined with rear wing and front wing evolutions for the high downforce requirements of Monaco.

Red Bull also has high downforce rear wing, beam wing, a tweaked suspension for steering lock and enlarged front brake ducts, while a similar approach has been taken by McLaren (pictured), Williams and RB. Alpine has addressed those three areas as well as an associated halo update.


At Stake there is a single pylon rear wing that is designed as a performance upgrade, focused on improving efficiency in Monaco but also forming the basis for further rear wing developments at future races. It also has a front suspension, front brake duct, beam wing and rear wing endplate adaption for the street circuit.

Haas says it has developed a specific package for Monaco that includes the front suspension, brake ducts, cooling louvers, rear wing and beam wing.

Ferrari and Aston Martin only have the circuit-specific rear wing listed as new for this weekend.


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