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Aston Martin explain how Mercedes 2020-spec rear will help it cope with aero rules

Aston Martin technical director Andrew Green believes the switch to the 2020-spec of Mercedes rear-end may pay dividends during Formula 1's stop-gap season. The team has been able to evolve its design in line with the sporting regulations that stipulate a 'customer team' can receive a supply of year-old parts in some cases. Article continues under video Despite falling foul of the intricacies of these rules last season, Aston Martin has taken up its option of upgrading from 2019 to 2020 parts. It is something Green believes may be of use within the rule changes surrounding the rear of the car this season. "All I can say is that it didn't hurt, which was our biggest concern, that we...
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