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FIA sees spread between top and bottom teams cut in half in 2022

Nikolas Tombazis, the FIA's head of single-seater technical matters, believes the performance gap between F1's fastest and slowest cars will eventually be cut in half this season thanks to the sport's new regulations. F1's all-new technical rules have primarily been designed to produce tighter racing by allowing cars to follow each other more closely which in turn should boost overtaking opportunities. To achieve that aim, F1 has prominently put the onus on 'ground effect' downforce generated by the floor of a car rather than by its wings that create dirty air in the wake of a leading machine that significantly unsettles a following car. Whether the aerodynamic changes prove efficient in...
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