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F1 has made ‘significant progress' to make racing better

Teams will run revised aerodynamics in 2019 Ross Brawn believes Formula 1 has made significant progress towards making improvements to the on-track action as it works through a number of rule changes for 2019. In charge of the sporting aspect of F1, Brawn has been working with teams to develop a refined set of aerodynamic regulations in an effort to make it easier for cars to follow one another. The fruits of his labour will be visible from next season courtesy of revised front wings, brake ducts, barge boards, and rear wings. Brawn believes the aerodynamic changes will make a noticeable improvement on the racing next season. 'Once again we saw in Brazil that when the performance level of...
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