The unexpected technical upgrades at Sepang

The unexpected technical upgrades at Sepang

While Kevin Magnussen's fire in the pits grabbed the headlines on Friday, given the F1 season is winding down there were a surprising number of car updates on show up and down the grid

Formula 1's return to Malaysia now comes late in the season, moving it closer to the track's original position on the calendar when it first opened.

However, the change of date does not alter the weather significantly, with the tropical heat and humidity being a key factor and requiring improved cooling both for car and driver.

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