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Renault: Rivals unlikely to copy Mercedes DAS system

Formula 1 teams are unlikely to copy the “highly complex and advanced” Dual-Axis Steering system pioneered by rival Mercedes, according to Renault sporting director Alan Permane. Sign up for F1 TV and get a 25% earlybird discount. Mercedes caused a stir in the Barcelona paddock when it debuted the DAS system on its W11 2020 challenger. Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton was seen moving his steering wheel backwards and forwards on the straights to change the toe angle of the front wheels. Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto has already played down the likeliness of copying the system, adding it would take nearly half a season to perfect. The FIA has given the green light for...
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