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Wolff doubts impact of 2019 aero regs on overtaking

As much as Formula 1 sporting manager Ross Brawn is confident that next year's aero regulation tweaks will help promote overtaking, Mercedes boss Toto Wolff doubts there will be much change. Modifications to next year's technical rules will see the implementation of a new aero package that will include a less sophisticated front-wing design, simplified front brake ducts with no winglets and a wider, deeper rear wing. The main point of the aero changes is to reduce the potential for outwash, a phenomenon that channels the air around the car rather than over the top, something that disrupts the wake and greatly restricts the ability of a following car to overtake. Rosberg: 'Bring back...
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