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Verstappen expecting 2015 grip levels for 2022 car

Max Verstappen believes next year’s all-new F1 designs could prove a handful to drive, with grip levels similar to those he enjoyed during his maiden season in F1 in 2015. Formula 1 will introduce new regulations from next season and teams are already hard at work designing their 2022 machines whose aerodynamic specifications should allow drivers to follow each other more closely and thus improve overtaking. However, teams will continue with the same engines, a status quo that leads Verstappen to believe that grip could be at a premium next season, which in turn will provide drivers with a challenge. “Of course I haven't driven the new car yet, so I can't answer that yet,” said...
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