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A radical proposal to improve overtaking in F1

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A radical proposal to improve overtaking in F1
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Jun 4, 2019, 10:58 AM

Is the size of the current generation of Formula 1 cars affecting racing, and should it therefore be reduced? Why was Ferrari so impressive in winter testing if it has issues warming its tyres? Our technical expert answers these questions and more

I think one of the reasons for the lack of competition in F1 is the size of the cars. Why not evaluate reducing it?
Tono Villalobos - via Twitter

Yes, the size of the cars does reduce the potential for overtaking, especially at places like Monaco or even on any track where there are slow-speed corners, which is where you would think overtaking should take place.

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