The tech that decided the 2018 F1 title fight

The tech that decided the 2018 F1 title fight

The advantage swung between Mercedes and Ferrari for most of the 2018 Formula 1 season, and innovations and new ideas on both sides played a big part in that

The closest championship fight of Formula 1's turbo-hybrid era so far featured an incessant development race between Ferrari and Mercedes, in which various new concepts played a big part.

Here is our analysis of the key technical points, and the upgrades that worked or that backfired, plus a look at the rest of the field's 2018 development efforts.

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