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Tech Draft: Is it time for F1 to sustainably return to its roots?

Formula 1 has evolved over the years, with gimmicks coming and going, but isn't it time to employ modern technology to bring it back to its simplistic roots while remaining sustainable? Tech Draft discusses. This week the FIA once again reduced the amount of energy available to each car for the Formula E London E-Prix this weekend at the ExCel Arena circuit. Apparently, the rationale behind the FIA’s decision to do so, was that lowering the amount of energy available to each car would induce the need to lift and coast more, which they feel would be conducive to a better race. Moreover, the FIA has gone on the record affirming that lifting and coasting should be integral to Formula E...
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