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Brawn: Silverstone the ‘perfect demonstration' of new F1

Ross Brawn believes the British Grand Prix provided the perfect example of why F1 has gone in the right direction with this year’s big regulation changes. It was at Silverstone in July 2021 when the world got its first look at what a 2022 car would look like, as the 20 drivers stood on the track gathered around a prototype model. Once the 10 different challengers for this season had been created from scratch, the idea was that drivers would be able to follow each other more closely – and potentially produce more overtaking moves and consistently exciting action. It would be pushing it to say the new rules have been an unqualified success, especially in the minds of the racers...
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