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Allison expects ‘one or two teams' to get 2022 rules ‘very badly wrong'

Mercedes’ Formula 1 chief technical officer James Allison is expecting that one or two teams on the 2022 grid will get the new regulations “really badly wrong”. Major changes are being introduced to the sport this year, aimed at allowing the cars to battle more on the track, as well as tightening the gap between […]
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