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McLaren, Aston Martin and Alfa Romeo top updates in Barcelona

F1's teams were expected to introduce a raft of upgrades in Barcelona, but McLaren, Aston Martin and Alfa Romeo have led the tally of changes in Barcelona this weekend. After assessing their performance and development in the first five races of the 2022 season, several teams are introducing some wholesale changes to their designs in Spain. This year, each outfit must provide the FIA ahead of the race weekend of a comprehensive list of component changes. McLaren's main modifications to its Mercedes-powered MCL36 are linked to the car's front wing, its front brake ducts, its revised floor and sidepods, while a higher downforce rear wing has also been introduced. Aston Martin's main overhaul...
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