Formula 1 managing director Ross Brawn ‘convinced’ of better racing in 2022

The new technical regulations amount to the biggest change to the cars in F1 for 40 years. F1’s calculations suggest that with the new rules this year, a car following directly behind another will retain 85% of its total downforce when one metre behind, rather than 57% in previous years. “The cars looked a bit silly – these high-rake cars perched on their nose and waggling their arses in the air,” Brawn said. The new cars will also be stiffer, to maintain a stable aerodynamic platform. “We want drivers to make a difference and we want cars to be difficult to drive not easy.

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