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Ferrari's Binotto sees 'heavier' 2019 cars 1.5s slower

Formula 1's new aero rules will have an estimated 1.5 seconds impact on performance according to Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto. Grand Prix racing's new regulations, intended to promote closer racing and help overtaking, include a larger, simpler front and rear wings and modified brake ducts and bargeboards. While the jury is still out as to whether the changes will indeed improve the show, most all teams agree that the cars will in general be slower than their 2018 counter-parts, at least in the early part of the season before development takes hold. Ferrari puts speed ahead of gloss with SF90 paint job "We predicted an impact of 1.5s per lap when we [first tested] in the wind...
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