Ferrari leads F1's tech push in Russia

Ferrari leads F1's tech push in Russia

In the week that T-wings and shark fins were banned for 2018, the developments Formula 1 teams brought to Russia showed the controversial devices are going to remain a big part of the '17 F1 tech story

In the week preceding the Russian Grand Prix, the FIA announced the first amendments to the Formula 1 regulations for 2018. Important technical changes are on the horizon, but in the short-term plenty is changing race-to-race.

May's Spanish Grand Prix usually signals the start of major upgrades, but already we have seen the development race beginning to ramp up - and various teams brought brand new parts to Sochi in the pursuit of performance boosts.

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