BMW Sauber have confirmed that at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix, they will be using a new power steering system. Originally, the device was meant to debut in Spain, however it’s introduction had to be postponed. The steering device is meant to help improve the feeling of the steering for the drivers.
The power steering system is not the only change that will be on the F1.07 in Monaco.
“We have developed a new front wing generating maximum downforce which we used for the first time, successfully, in Barcelona,” technical director Willy Rampf explained. “We will modify this wing again for Monaco. Plus, we will be introducing totally new front brake ducts and modifications to the rear bodywork.
“In addition, we will also use for the first time a new power steering that provides more feedback to the drivers.”