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FIA reveal 'massive' change to make F1 overtaking 90% easier in 2021

The FIA has confirmed that Formula 1 cars in 2021 will once again use 'ground effect' aerodynamics, which it is hoped will improve the chances of overtaking by 90%. 'Ground effect' has not been seen in F1 since 1983, when it was banned for safety reasons after a series of big crashes, including those which took the lives of Gilles Villeneuve and Riccardo Paletti. Article continues under video The racing of that era, however, was undoubtedly thrilling and with modern safety advancements having made F1's cars safe enough to walk away from in the instance of most crashes, it may be the right time for change. Nikolas Tombazis, the FIA's head of single seaters explained the technical reasons...
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