Weights fixed around the car to maximise its balance and bring it up to the minimum weight limit.
The piece of bodywork mounted vertically between the front wheels and the start of the sidepods to help smooth the airflow around the sides of the car.
The consequence of a tyre, or part of a tyre, overheating. Excess heat can cause rubber to soften and break away in chunks from the body of the tyre. Blistering can be caused by the selection of an inappropriate tyre compound (for example, one that is too soft for circuit conditions), too high tyre pressure, or an improperly set up car.
The carbon fibre sections fitted onto the monocoque before the cars leave the pits, such as the engine cover, the cockpit top and the nosecone.
When a car's chassis hits the track surface as it runs through a sharp compression and reaches the bottom of its suspension travel.
A switch in the cockpit to alter the split of the car's braking power between the front and the rear wheels according to a driver's wishes.