2019 F1 rule changes: What’s new and why?

Crash.net looks into the changes being introduced for the upcoming 2019 F1 season and explains why they have been implemented.
Front wings will be 200mm wider, 20mm higher, and appear more simplistic in their design compared to 2018, doing away with complicated endplates that have been littered by a plethora of various aerodynamic appendages seen in recent years in the constant search for added performance and speed.
Editor’s picks: How Brawn’s F1 2019 rule changes aim to spice up racing

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