The Force India team will run its own F-duct system for the first time in this weekend's Turkish Grand Prix. The Silverstone-based squad will join several of its rivals in trying the system pioneered by McLaren.
Force India driver Tonio Liuzzi said on Thursday he was confident the F-duct will prove beneficial for the team right from the start.
"We are really optimistic about it," Liuzzi said. "You can never know. It might change tomorrow, but the team has done big work in the wind tunnel for the last two weeks to test it and it seemed to work pretty well. Tomorrow we'll get the confirmation because on track you never know, but we are pretty optimistic that it should be spot on."
The Italian said the team had been working on the system since McLaren introduced it, and that Force India had implemented it in a way that didn't force the driver to take his hand off the steering wheel to activate it.
"We made a simple system with the wrist so we don't have to take the hand off the steering wheel," he added. "We tried with many positions and I think that's the easiest one to make it work and also the most comfortable one."
Ferrari and Red Bull also experimenting with F-ducts this weekend.