How new track design tech could improve F1's racing

How new track design tech could improve F1's racing

Formula 1 has a mixed history when it comes to creating circuits that provide excitement for the fans, but a high-profile new signing and his working group could introduce a more varied and exciting calendar in the future

Amid all the soul searching over improving Formula 1's cars and sporting rules for 2021, track design's role in improving the spectacle has been somewhat overlooked.

Almost all of the blame for the lack of overtaking has revolved around the aero wake generated by the cars and the characteristics of the tyres - two aspects that are being changed for next year.

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