Hamilton: F1 floor rule changes introduced to ‘peg back’ Mercedes

While the teams were required to carry over the vast majority of their 2020 car designs for use this season, changes to F1’s technical rules mandated that a triangle-shaped area of the rear floor had to be removed.
This was part of an attempt to cut downforce levels by up to 10% of what the cars were producing in 2020, which also included a reduction in the size of rear diffuser strakes, to …Keep reading

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