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Russell reveals increased turbulence causing F1 helmet issues

Mercedes driver George Russell has raised concerns over driver comfort with increased levels of dirty air contributing to helmet turbulence in the 2024 Formula 1 season. Dirty air has increasingly become a topic of conversation with the current generation of F1 machinery, limiting how closely drivers can follow each other in the ground effect era. […]
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