0% Likes
0% from 0 ratings

Why there are calls for banned active suspension to return to F1

Creator: THE RACE    Category: Sport    Added: 07 Mar 2022

Active suspension was banned from Formula 1 28 years ago. But since the new 2022 Formula 1 cars ran for the first time, there have been suggestions it should return.

This is because of the problem of cars porpoising, which was the technical talking point of the first pre-season test in Barcelona.

Mercedes driver George Russell suggested active suspension as a means to solve the bouncing of the cars, which was illustrated particularly dramatically by the slow-motion footage F1 released of Charles Leclerc’s Ferrari 'yumping' - to use a rallying term - down the main straight.

So would active suspension be a good fix for the problem, why was it banned in the first place and what are the chances of F1 bringing it back?

#F1 #F1testing #F12022


Subscribe: http://the-race.com/youtube_subscribe
Website: http://the-race.com/
Twitter: @wearetherace
Instagram: @wearetherace
Facebook: http://facebook.com/wearetherace
Podcasts: http://the-race.com/podcasts

Thanks for watching - please like, share and comment, please also hit subscribe to show your support so we'll keep doing what we're doing.


Note: All videos are hosted by YouTube, Swoj.com did not produce this video. If you have any claim on the video then please follow through to Youtube and report at the source.

You might also like...