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Key expects faster 2022 development war

McLaren technical director James Key expects 'very high' levels of development in F1 in 2022 as there is 'still a lot to learn' about the new cars. The teams have been hard at work preparing for the new technical regulations in Formula 1, which will see the cars change radically in how they look and with the intention of creating better racing. Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has predicted no team is likely to be a second ahead of the field as has been the case after previous regulation changes, with the Silver Arrows having been comfortably the dominant car in 2014 and Brawn having stolen a march on the pack in 2009. But even if that is the case, Key expects the field to be closer...
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