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Mercedes predicts teams will get 2022 F1 cars ‘really badly wrong’

Formula 1 has an almost all-new ruleset for 2022 As Formula 1 prepares for arguably its biggest ever regulation shift this season, Mercedes’ chief technical officer James Allison has made a dark prediction. The introduction of sweeping aerodynamic changes for the 2022 season represent both a seismic shift in the sport’s design philosophy, but also an opportunity for a shake-up in the pecking order. While radical changes are not expected, with the leading teams still predicted to feature towards the front, Allison suggests some will have missed the mark with their car. “I would imagine, given that the cars are so new and so different, that one or two cars on the grid will have got it...
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