F1 teams' mid-season tech priorities

F1 teams' mid-season tech priorities

While some Formula 1 teams are finding inventive ways to gather data for 2017's rules revolution, others are still flat-out on finding solutions for the weak points of their current packages

The Formula 1 development race has entered a strange phase as we approach the summer break, with teams trying to balance continuing development on their current cars against working on the big rule changes coming for 2017.

A grand prix and post-race test at aero-dependent Silverstone offered plenty of hints at various teams' approaches, so here's a round-up of who is working on what at a time when everyone's resources are being pushed to the limits.

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