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Alfa Romeo technical director: 'You'll never get rid of bouncing'

Alfa Romeo technical director Jan Monchaux tells at Auto Motor und Sport about the new regulations. The Italian racetrack made a weaker start to the season than last year. Only in Bahrain were points scored, by Valtteri Bottas. Guanyu Zhou has not yet managed to pick up any points. Article continues under ad Since the introduction of the new regulations in 2022, floor of all cars was greatly reduced, which created bouncing on the straights. As a result, regulations were introduced in 2023 to raise the floor again to reduce 'porpoising'. Alfa Romeo's top executive argues that the changes brought new problems, but that they have since solved them at Alfa Romeo. "Some of the last cars...
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