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2021 Formula 1 cars will 'barely be quicker than Formula 2' claims Otmar Szafnauer

Formula 1 cars will be up to seven seconds slower in 2021, according to Racing Point team boss Otmar Szafnauer. F1 is set to undergo major changes in '21, with new rules and cars being introduced with the aim of creating more entertainment by allowing cars to follow more closely, in the hope there will be an increase in overtaking. To achieve this, F1 bosses are working on a new set of technical regulations which will deliver a car that produces just 5-10 per cent of the turbulent airlow of present day cars, but this comes at the cost of speed according to Szafnauer. 'My main worries are the cars are going to be heavier, the downforce is going to be a lot less. So we’re...
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