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Red Bull explain why they think they will struggle in 2023

Red Bull will not be allowed to spend as much time working on their car next season due to the current regulations. These days, there is a sliding scale imposed by the FIA that gradually limits teams’ ability to use the wind tunnel and simulate aerodynamic efficiency. The higher up the Constructors’ Standings a team is, the less time they will have to develop their car, and vice versa. To some extent, those new rules have already been imposed, as the mid-season point of 2022 defined when teams could start using their new allocation. READ: Max Verstappen jumps to defence of Michael Masi’s replacement For example, Red Bull were given less for the second half of the year because they...
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