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Verstappen: 30kg weight cut in 2026 won’t produce ‘agile’ cars

© XPB  Phillip van Osten 17/06/2024 at 15:5417/06/2024 at 15:52 Max Verstappen believes Formula 1 should have targeted a 100-150kg weight reduction for its cars in 2026 to achieve truly “agile” machines. Earlier this month, the FIA unveiled the 2026 Formula 1 technical regulations, which include a slight reduction in car size and a 30kg weight reduction. This announcement has been met with enthusiasm from many drivers who yearn for lighter and more nimble cars. However, Verstappen, a strong advocate for lighter vehicles, is not entirely convinced by the 30kg reduction. The Red Bull driver acknowledges the potential benefits of lighter cars and the accompanying regulation...
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