New Force India also has anteater style nose 24 January, 2014 Force India’s 2014 car will also feature a Williams style anteater nose, as will several other cars on the grid this season. Although the Silverstone based team beat Williams to releasing a computer-generated image of its new car, Force India’s picture depicted the VJM07 only from the side. It was therefore not possible to see if the orange, black and green car has the same ‘anteater’ nose as Williams’; a solution expected to be adopted up and down pitlane as teams interpret the new aerodynamic rules. Asked what the 2014 Force India’s nose looks like from the front, technical boss Andy Green answered: “Thin — like the nose of an anteater.” Green admitted to Germany’s Auto Motor und Sport that the solution is not pretty, but “function is more important than appearance”. He also said that he is expecting other teams to come up with different solutions than the ‘anteater’. “I know of three or four other concepts,” said Green. “Our solution is pragmatic and conservative. “As a smaller team, it means we could pass the crash tests without problem, and do the initial tests without worrying that we got the nose completely wrong.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsTech Talk with Force India’s Mark SmithTrouble mounts for Mallya in IndiaJuncadella in running for 2015 F1 race seatItalian Grand Prix: Force India preview MonzaPerez yet to secure 2015 deal with Force IndiaAnalysis shows 2014 Spa pace faster than last yearVettel to get another new chassis for MonzaTech Talk: Spa-Francorchamps analysisForce India: Good to see the team recover some groundAre Red Bull really building their own F1 engine? RBC In years to come these will be referred to as the joke F1 years. StevetheGreat Force India at least had the good sense to hide it’s shame with black paint! Stupid regulations are killing F1!!!!!!! o’ferrari @Stevethebumbandit You should hide your shame by putting your acne-ridden 12 year old face in a paper bag. Even better, try a plastic bag.