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Lowe predicts big impact for new 2019 front wings

Williams chief technical officer Paddy Lowe says that new regulations governing front wings in 2019 will have a big impact on racing in Formula 1 next season. That opinion goes against the grain of other leading figures in F1 who suggest that the changes will have minimal effect on overtaking. It's one of a number of tweaks to the rules designed to boost overtaking in the sport, after criticism of a lack of on-track action this season. There are also changes to fuel regulations with the maximum fuel limit set to rise from 105kg to 110kg after complains by drivers that they were being forced to drive to a fuel target rather than being able to go racing. FIA turns on rear-wing endplate...
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