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Aston Martin admit FIA will ban their innovation

The FIA have indicated that they plan on banning the innovative rear wing that Aston Martin brought to the Hungarian Grand Prix before the summer break. The British side are ninth in the championship, and have been for much of the 2022 season, with Sebastian Vettel and Lance Stroll doing all they can to score points in an underperforming car. In a bid to try and improve their performance, and capitalise on their strength in the corners, Aston Martin designed a new rear wing that looks similar to those of last year. The alterations aided Vettel in his point-scoring finish in Budapest, and he and Stroll have finished in the top 10 once a piece since, in Belgium and Zandvoort respectively....
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