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Tech Analysis: Chinese GP Developments

Despite the fact that the Spanish GP, a race renowned for the reveal of large-scale technical developments ahead of the European leg of the season, is only a matter of weeks away, it was of great surprise to see the vast amount of components turn up in China this weekend. With the teams making the ultimate compromise between drag and downforce, there were a number of changes that reflected this target with the aim of nailing the in-field, twisty section and blitzing the final drag back towards the pits. Let’s see what they had in store… Mercedes China was the host nation to reveal another poorly kept secret in F1, that secret being Mercedes’s new nose. Originally planned to be...
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