This picture got me thinking, is dynamic toe legal in F1?
Looking at it, it seems there is no ban on that in F1.
Page 58 in technical regulations states
10.1.2 Any suspension system fitted to the front wheels must be so arranged that its response results only from changes in load applied to the front wheels.
10.1.3 Any suspension system fitted to the rear wheels must be so arranged that its response results only from changes in load applied to the rear wheels.
10.2.1 With the steering wheel fixed, the position of each wheel centre and the orientation of its rotation axis must be completely and uniquely defined by a function of its principally vertical suspension travel, save only for the effects of reasonable compliance which does not intentionally provide further degrees of freedom.
10.2.2 Any powered device which is capable of altering the configuration or affecting the performance of any part of any suspension system is forbidden.
Here is a explanation for one way to do it. There is also different effects if the link is longer/shorter than the other wishbones
Edited by MatsNorway, 24 February 2018 - 12:51.