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New F1 rules not "transformational", but an improvement, says ex-Williams chief

Former Williams technical chief Pat Symonds believes the new aerodynamic regulations for 2019 will not transform the sport, but will certainly improve it in the long-term. Formula 1 will introduce simple front wing designs, front brake ducts and a wider rear wing as part of revised regulation changes for the 2019 season. The changes are an attempt to try and encourage more overtaking in the sport. Speaking at Autosport International; former Williams technical chief Symonds had his say on the planned changes to the competition. "It became obvious that we could do something for 2019 in simplifying the front wings," Symonds explained. "That is purely to improve the...
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