To some, the recent changes in Formula 1 are a bag of good with the bad. The sport has delivered a more challenging car to drive, more torque and less aerodynamics and if fans were looking for overtaking, surely the black art and elephant in the room was the outlandish aerodynamic downforce so the change has to be in the right direction.
The new technology is something that fans have always said they favor in F1. It is the pinnacle of racing and technological advancement and these new regulation bolster that notion. Hybrid systems are deployed to lure more manufacturers to the sport and a return to driver impact and challenge with the increased torque and car control.
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