Definitions

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  • noun A separate floor to the car that is bolted onto the underside of the monocoque.

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Examples

  • I was able to push, push more, said Vettel, whose car had a new nose, undertray and diffuser.

    Vettel wins as Red Bull dominates British Grand Prix

  • The headlights stretch back over the fenders, and the Electric C30 got a larger rear spoiler and an undertray.

    Wired Top Stories

  • "Losing the wing before qualifying and having to install a new windscreen and losing the spoiler and damaging the undertray in the second heat merely made us more determined to succeed and run away from the Audi's too".

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • After demonstrating impressive pace the No.8 car careened over the grass after a mistake by Luhr and damaged the undertray.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • While you're under the car draining the RP, take a couple min to pull off the undertray so you can see the valve cover gaskets

    NASIOC

  • While you're under the car draining the RP, take a couple min to pull off the undertray so you can see the valve cover gaskets

    NASIOC

  • Car and Driver reports that the exterior features "forward-canted side vents, faux hood vents, multiple grille openings with dashes of chrome, and a rear undertray with incorporated backup light."

    The Car Connection

  • The chassis is enclosed by a flat undertray and large rear diffuser - both for maximum downforce at the rear axle - while a self-raising airbrak

    Auto Express: News

  • The three teams are at the centre of a dispute over their rear diffusers, the part of the bodywork that comes up from the undertray to disperse air from under the car.

    Tsn.ca Top Stories RSS

  • More subtle but just as important additions have been a fully enclosed undertray, the removal of wing mirrors and blocking intake vents at the front of the car and exhausting the radiator air out through the front wheel wells.

    gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

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