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‘Porpoising’ and Roll Bar Concerns Addressed in 2023 Technical Regulation Changes

2023 Technical regulation changes addressing 'aerodynamic porpoising' within Formula 1 and roll hoop deficiencies have been announced by the FIA on Tuesday.
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