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Ted Kravitz drops big claim about F1 changing rules to hurt Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes

With the second season of the new aerodynamic era kicking off, Sky Sports reporter Ted Kravitz has revealed that an 'opinion' amongst members of the paddock is that the rules were only changed to 'stop Mercedes' dominance', something that's 'certainly worked'. Mercedes were exceptional prior to the new aerodynamic regulations, with the Germans having been imperious since the start of the turbo-hybrid era in 2014. They claimed eight consecutive Constructors' Championships and seven consecutive Drivers' Championships, thanks to Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg. 2021 was arguably the first time that Mercedes were properly challenged from the start of the year to the end of the year, with Max...
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