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2021 cars up to 3.5 seconds slower!

It has been revealed that F1 cars in 2021 could be up to 3.5 seconds slower than in 2019, once all the new rules are applied. The new regulations for the 2021 season are set to seriously shake up the pack and make F1 more exciting and unpredictable. Aerodynamics have been significantly altered for 2021 which will hopefully lead to cars being able to follow their rivals much more easily. Read more Column: Why it's a big week for Alex Albon However, this will have an impact on speed. During a press conference at the Circuit of the Americas, the FIA's head of single seater technical matters Nikolas Tombazis said: “We are expecting cars to be approximately between three and...
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