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Williams opt to retain old Mercedes suspension on 2024 F1 car

The Williams Formula 1 team has continued with its use of a pull-rod rear suspension on its 2024 challenger after deciding to not adopt revisions made by Mercedes. A change of direction at Mercedes has seen a push-rod configuration introduced to the W15's rear suspension layout, replicating the solution Red Bull has used. Mounted higher […]
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