Aston Martin pushing FIA to consider tweaking F1 aero rules

The Silverstone-based team thinks that the changes made to the regulations for this season to cut downforce have unfairly penalised teams that run low rake cars.
It, along with Mercedes, believes that the cuts to the floor, diffuser and brake ducts have cost the low rake teams one second per lap of performance compared to high rake rivals.
The outfits are unable to change rake concept to …Keep reading

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