F1 2019 aero rules ‘won’t change an awful lot’ – Wolff

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has doubts whether F1’s new aerodynamic rules will achieve the desired effect of improving the quality of racing in 2019.
“The aim was to take away some of the aero and direct the airflow over the top of the car but they fight 2000 aerodynamicists in all the teams and I think we have found solutions to get the air around the car, so it’s not going to change an awful lot,” Toto Wolff added.
Five-time world champion Lewis Hamilton echoed Wolff’s concerns and added Mercedes is constantly striving to better understand the complexities of F1’s Pirelli tyres, another key area of influence for the current quality of racing.

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