Alonso: F1’s ground effect cars can be ‘confusing’

The radical overhaul of the technical rules for 2022 shifted the aerodynamic bias, with the underside of the car taking the priority over top surfaces to produce 60% of total downforce. Given the scale of the revamp, teams have battled porpoising and bouncing while – behind runaway champion Red Bull – the competitive order has been notable for fluctuating from round to round. Aston Martin …Keep reading

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