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Analysis: Active suspension, sparks, and glowing brakes – The F1 Strategy Group's proposals to spice up F1

Winners medals, shortcuts, sprinklers, reverse grids, aggregate qualifying, and double points. Over the last 10 years or so countless new rules or gimmicks have been proposed, all with the intention to improve the spectacle of Formula One. This week saw revelations over the F1 Strategy Group’s plans to make grand prix cars “visually spectacular”. Dan Paddock and Will Tyson take a look at the proposed changes on the table.  As revealed by AUTOSPORT on Thursday, the F1 Strategy Group, in its effort to map out a future direction for Formula One, has turned its attention to spicing up the spectacle of the sport. These plans come on the back of complaints from teams, who argue that the...
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