This front wing in a Micro-Sprint Car is set at a very high angle of attack. The rounded nose of the car won't direct the air the car drives through upward, but instead outward. So, the relative angle of attack is around 45 degrees, an amount that is sure to stall. There may be some flat panel effect, but compared to what a working wing would provide in the form of downforce, this design is not much help. Its close proximity to the hood reduces its effect even if the angle of attack is correct.