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McLaren predicting 'extremely high' development rate in 2022

McLaren technical director James Key believes F1's development will unfold at an "extremely high" pace in 2022, especially in the first half of the season. In Barcelona next month, F1 teams will roll out their all-new cars, designed to the specifications of the sport's brand-new technical regulations. The overhaul is significant, with ground-effect aerodynamics at the center of the rule changes that have been devised to allow cars to follow each other more closely, thus improving overtaking opportunities and boosting the show. Key believes that F1's 2022 revolution is somewhat similar to the changes that took place in 2009 when the sport's aero regs were radically altered. While...
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