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Norris admits ‘question marks' over how driving style will suit 2022 cars

McLaren’s Lando Norris thinks that the new Formula 1 cars in 2022 will be vastly different to 2021, and that every driver will have to adapt and improvise to succeed under the new regulations. Following five seasons of high levels of downforce on the cars, 2022 will see reduced downforce, 18-inch tyres, and the return of ground effect to Formula 1. Alfa Romeo driver Valtteri Bottas has already described the new cars as being “not crazy different”, but Norris opines that the drivers will all have a lot to adapt to next year. “Everyone is going to have to adapt because it’s so different. No one’s driving style today is probably going to be one that you can just jump into next...
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