FIA will wait until 2026 to act on F1’s outwash ‘loopholes’

F1’s move to the current ground-effect rules set in 2022 was prompted by a desire to allow cars to follow much closer to each other.  One of the core features of the regulations was to minimise teams pushing airflow away from the car and tyres – known as outwash – because this wake disturbance contributed to a loss of downforce for pursuing cars. But as teams have got to grips with the …Keep reading

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