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F2 planning new chassis to 'look more like F1 car'

The Formula 2 championship is planning to introduce a new car in 2024 that will be far closer in appearance to modern Formula 1 equipment. In addition, F2 bosses want the car to be just as accessible to the new generation of rising women drivers stepping up from the W Series and the FIA's own newly announced female-only racing series. Last month, FIA president Mohammed Ben Sulayem said future junior single-seater cars “had to accommodate” for the physical differences between men and women, after W Series champion Jamie Chadwick voiced concerns about steering. Formula 2 CEO Bruno Michel sais he is “working very closely with the FIA” on the next cars for F2 and for Formula 3 in 2026,...
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