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Hamilton opposed to introduction of ‘heavier and heavier’ F1 cars

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton has questioned why Formula 1 cars keep increasing in weight, despite the sport’s push to become more sustainable. Next year, the car will weigh a minimum of 790kg. For the start of a grand prix, the fuel onboard will take the weight up to 900kg – 99kg heavier than the minimum weight […]
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