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Symonds warns against ‘transformational’ change with 2019 F1 rules

Ex-Williams Formula 1 technical chief Pat Symonds does not expect the sport’s new aerodynamic changes to have a “transformational” impact on the quality of racing in 2019. F1 will introduce simpler front wings, front brake ducts and a wider rear wing as part of revised regulation tweaks for the upcoming 2019 season in a push to encourage closer racing and more overtaking opportunities. At the end of last year F1 sporting boss Ross Brawn, who is charged with leading the technical arm that includes Symonds, revealed early data predicts a “20% improvement” in racing for the new campaign. 5774263478001 CrashTV:  Speaking at Autosport International, Symonds said the technical...
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