Aston Martin: Clawing back Red Bull DRS switch gap is “a challenge”

Since the introduction of the current regulations in 2022 it has been apparent that the Milton Keynes team has gained more straightline speed than others with an open DRS.Like all teams, Aston Martin has worked hard to catch up, with the latest iteration rear wing seen on the AMR23 at the Abu Dhabi GP last month.”We noticed Red Bull were very strong at that last year, so they sort of took the …Keep reading

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