The teams that will participate in the 2022 World Cup are ever closer to presenting the fruit of the work done by their respective engineers and designers in compliance with the new technical regulation. The latter, which will come into force next season, will have few aspects in common with the one valid until 2021, especially from a point of view aerodynamic. Formula 1, in fact, is about to approach a new chapter based on the simplification of the concepts of the latter sector, in the hope of being able to guarantee fans more competitive and spectacular races, made possible also thanks to a shorter distance between the drivers on the track. .
A few weeks after the presentations of the new single-seaters, it seems to have been archived first reaction of the technicians to the vision of the new regulation, initially welcomed with opinions anything but favorable. Adrian Newey, historically considered one of the greatest exponents in the international panorama of designers, had thus commented on the first impact with the technical innovation proposed by F1, considered very limited compared to the revolutionary criteria anticipated by the leaders of the category: “I have to admit that I have yet to find something to make these rules exciting for me – She said – I just don’t think this is a good regulation “. Today, however, the discontent has subsided. This was confirmed above all by the Managing Director of the FOM Ross Brawn, who retraced those moments in an interview with New York Times: “When the teams first saw the rules – he has declared – there were several complaints that we had taken so much space away from them. But when they explored it, they realized there was still a lot of potential ”.
In addition, the former Ferrari Technical Director underlined the strong collaboration with the teams for the drafting of the definitive Technical Regulations, confirming the desire to be able to update them with the continuation of the championship: “Initially there were no resources committed in this area – has explained – the rules had been developed by the teams who had all the knowledge, skills and funding. The regulations evolve through proposals and suggestions from the teams, and then resources were also made available. Our process will not stop, and once we see the new cars racing we will analyze the solutions that the teams have come up with. We will evaluate them and make sure we don’t lose momentum on this initiative to make cars more efficient. There might be some disparity in performance in the beginning, because each of us will have different solutions, but once we are settled, this will be a much more valid platform for the cars to be designed ”.
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