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Max Verstappen, Red Bull Racing RB18, Charles Leclerc, Ferrari F1-75, battle for the lead
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The 2022 rule change result that should worry F1

OPINION: As the first season of Formula 1’s new car design era heads to its conclusion in Brazil and Abu Dhabi, the full scale of the rule revamp’s impact on the competitive order has been laid down. This shows a less-discussed element is still lurking and it’s something the championship will find hard to address

The 2022 Formula 1 season is now on the home stretch. Just three races remain – the Interlagos sprint, then the Sao Paulo and Abu Dhabi grand prix events. The main narratives are already closed, with the two titles sealed.

The remaining focus shifted to Sergio Perez's attempt to deprive Charles Leclerc of second place in a championship the Ferrari driver once led by 34 points. And there's Max Verstappen possibly extending his single-season win record to 16, with a potential season sweep of sprint victories to boot.

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