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New rules mark biggest change in F1 history

Mercedes dominated the previous era of Formula 1 Rules changes set to be introduced as part of this year’s Formula 1 season are the biggest in the sport’s history, according to Mercedes’ James Allison. The coming season will feature cars visibly different from their predecessors as designs grapple with more prescriptive regulations and a new aerodynamic philosophy. Cars will be simpler externally, with much of their downforce generated under the floor rather than using complex wings in the air stream. For Allison, who has more than three decades of experience in F1, it represents the greatest regulatory shift the sport has seen. “It's easy to forget sometimes just what a massive...
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