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Ferrari copy Red Bull with 2024 F1 car

Red Bull capitalised on a key advantage throughout the previous season: their impressive aero efficiency, rendering their car potent on straightaways. Their edge was particularly pronounced when activating the DRS, with the team meticulously honing the drag ratio of their mainplane and its synergy with the beam wing. In 2023, other teams like McLaren began adopting the Red Bull approach, while Ferrari divulged significant alterations in this domain. Enrico Cardile, Ferrari's technical director, disclosed at the unveiling of their new SF-24 on Tuesday the substantial efforts Ferrari had invested in pursuing DRS enhancements for their new vehicle. READ: Lewis Hamilton to be replaced by...
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