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Further development has been applied across the board, including the basic engine, MINI TwinPower Turbo Technology, engine electronics, oil supply, intake air ducting, the cooling system and the exhaust systems.
The ducting that runs between the throttle body and the MAF sensor, often 3-inch-diameter rubber, can also degrade.
The muddy water ruined the stairs, the ducting, the crawlspace skirting and even her front-yard flower and rock garden.
Formula One’s governing body has so far dismissed all three challenges against Mercedes, so as was the case in 2010, many in the racing community are expecting the other teams to follow suit and develop their own ducting system to the front wing.
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Definition of ducting for English Language Learners
: the material used to make ducts
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