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Hamilton handed boost as FIA give Mercedes additional aero testing time

Under the aerodynamic testing regulations [ATR], the FIA have given Mercedes 10 percent more testing time than they had in the first half of the 2022 season. ATR is a sliding scale of wind time and computational fluid dynamics [CFD] items that teams are allowed, with the front-running team getting the least, and last-placed team getting the most. This is aimed at promoting fairness in the pinnacle of motorsport and giving teams as much chance as possible of getting back into contention. READ: Toto Wolff bemused as Mick Schumacher ‘joins’ Mercedes This year, the scale has been changed slightly to give teams a chance to improve their car during the season itself, particularly handy owing...
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