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Verstappen questions F1’s active aero approach for 2022

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 14/04/2024 at 15:0414/04/2024 at 13:57 Max Verstappen has voiced strong reservations about Formula 1’s inclusion of active aerodynamics in its 2026 regulation overhaul. The groundwork for the next generation of F1 cars is already laid out, with plans for smaller, lighter cars powered by a 50/50 split of internal combustion and electric engines. While the sport’s next-generation engine regulations have been set in stone, chassis specification remain fluid, particularly regarding aerodynamics. The FIA and Formula 1 have proposed a radical shift towards active aero systems, with a moveable rear wing as the initial centerpiece. However, ongoing research...
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