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Aston planning 'very aggressive development strategy' in 2023

Aston Martin says the lessons derived from its campaign this year are leading the team to plan a "very aggressive development strategy" for its future AMR23. Aston concluded its 2022 season seventh in F1's Constructors' standings, a result that reflected the Silverstone-based outfit's low-key start to its year and the lack of pace of its AMR22. However, slowly but surely, Aston's contender gained traction on the back of a development programme and became a force to reckoned with as an upper tier midfield competitor in the back half of the season. Aston technical director Dan Fallows believes that the team's clear progress late in the season offered a clear validation, not only of...
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