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Ferrari had ‘better’ tyre deg than Red Bull in 2022 – Clear

Ferrari’s Senior Performance Engineer, Jock Clear, reckons that the Italian side’s car this year was better at keeping its tyres in check than that of Red Bull. The new, 18-inch rubber brought in last season under the new technical regulations posed a challenge for the drivers, as they encountered more difficulty getting the rubber up […]
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