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FIA proposes active aerodynamics for 2021

Oct.9 F1's governing body is proposing that the Formula 1 cars in 2021 feature active aerodynamics. The news, reported by Germany's Auto Motor und Sport, comes amid pressure from some teams for a watering down of the major car changes for 2021. Led by Mercedes, it is believed that some teams want Liberty and the FIA to agree to keep the regulations substantially the same. But president Jean Todt has ruled that out. "It will not change much," a source said, referring to the proposed 2021 car concept. However, what the FIA might be open to is active aerodynamics, which could make it even easier for cars to follow one another and render DRS obsolete. The active aerodynamics idea...
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