The 2011 Formula 1 season has a few tweaks to the rule book. One is the moveable rear wing (DRS) which allows the rear wing to open and to take away downforce to make overtaking more possible. Here's a look into some of the teams new wing designs as well as how it affects DRS.
Toro Rosso - New rear wing
Scuderia Toro Rosso-Ferrari brought a new rear wing to the Monaco Grand Prix. Arrow 1 shows the gap where the wing opens to reduce drag on the straights. Arrow 2 shows the bearings that help the wing move.
McLaren - Front Wing Developments
McLaren introduced new front wings for the Monaco GP as well. Arrows 1, 2, and 4 shoh slits in the wing that produce good downforce and good aerodynamics. Arrows 3, 5, 6 help push air around the car other that straight at it.