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How a new F1 design can go wrong

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Jan 28, 2019, 12:38 PM

Formula 1 teams are currently preparing to launch their 'new' cars for the 2019 season, but different squads will have different definitions of how new their latest designs really are. Deciding how much or how little to carry over is a massive challenge, and the wrong call could doom a team's season

February is looming, the start of pre-season testing is just around the corner, and the Formula 1 teams are almost ready to reveal and then run their 'new' cars for the first time. But what exactly constitutes a new car?

The idea sounds simple enough, it's just the new machine for the coming season. All 10 teams will have one on track when testing begins at Barcelona on February 18, but as always in F1 things aren't that simple.

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