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Why F1 has outlawed Aston Martin’s rear wing trick for 2023

Creator: THE RACE    Category: Sport    Added: 29 Sep 2022

Sometimes in Formula 1, the reward for innovation is short-lived. That’s certainly the case for the clever rear-wing endplate geometry Aston Martin introduced in July’s Hungarian Grand Prix.
While the design is completely legal, the interpretation of the rules that has effectively allowed Aston Martin to bring back the rear-wing endplate in F1 will not be possible in 2023 thanks to the regulations being tightened up.
Were the rules to remain unchanged, it’s likely that most – if not all – rival teams would adopt the design. After all, you can’t keep a good idea down.
So why is this endplate concept going to be outlawed, why was it legal – for now at least - and what does it mean for Aston Martin’s 2023 car?

#F1 #tech #AstonMartin


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