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‘Opening a new door’ - Ferrari’s sidepod philosophy shift explained

Ferrari boss Fred Vasseur says his team’s revised sidepod design will “open a door” to a new development path for their 2023 F1 car.  The Italian outfit have brought a big upgrade package featuring new-look sidepods to this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix as they look to improve their fortunes following a disappointing start to the season.  Did Mercedes' Upgrades in Monaco ACTUALLY Work? Video of Did Mercedes' Upgrades in Monaco ACTUALLY Work? The SF-23's sidepods have been significantly revised and mark a departure from the previous sculpted design the team first pioneered last year.  Carlos Sainz debuted the new sidepods in opening practice in Barcelona, while teammate...
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