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The 126 C2 was a real milestone in the technological evolution of Ferrari GP cars. After years of loyalty to the tubular bearing structure, reinforced with aluminium panels, the Maranello Scuderia finally made the move to a monocoque structure in aluminium honeycomb. During the season, Ferrari engineers made several modifications to the front end aerodynamics and the suspension of the 126 C2.
After using a layout with a single upper linkage, from the Canadian Grand Prix onwards Ferrari adopted a tranverse strut, mounted on a brand new chassis which was reinforced around the cockpit.