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Ocon aims for transformation under new weight rules

Mercedes development driver Esteban Ocon claims he will 'transform' himself under Formula 1's new weight rules as he aims for a 2020 return. Ocon will act as a reserve driver for Mercedes this season after a series of events left him without a drive in 2019 despite an impressive campaign last year. The Frenchman is one of the tallest drivers in the sport and has suffered a weight penalty as a result. And with his absence from the 2019 grid, he will not be able to benefit from the first year of the introduction of a minimum driver weight. Speaking to Autosport.com, he said: 'What I don't want to swallow at all, what I will not swallow, is that I'm not back in 2020. 'I would be massively...
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