F1 back on course for five-second speed leap in 2017
While F1 seemed set last winter for a more extreme overhaul, teams backed away from the plan after concerns that ramped up tyre pressures required to cope with the downforce loads would negate any speed hike.
In the end, a compromise solution – which has become known as the ‘McLaren’ proposal – was agreed by teams. This features around a 25 percent increase in downforce, half of that … Keep reading
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