How teams are chasing more downforce

How teams are chasing more downforce

The Singapore Grand Prix is all about teams finding as much downforce as they can - and it's a valuable chance to test parts for upcoming races. CRAIG SCARBOROUGH details the raft of changes in the pitlane this weekend

Singapore marks a key point in the Formula 1 calendar. With the low-drag races out of the way, and now beginning the end-of-season flyaway leg of the championship, the remaining races are at medium-high downforce tracks, and from now on the cars do not return to the factories.

So Marina Bay is a key place to try new parts in anticipation of the upcoming races. Nearly every team has updates for this weekend. Some parts seen in free practice may not be raced, but will re-appear at the subsequent races on permanent tracks.

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