F1 revealed the first images of a 2022 car at Silverstone on Thursday, with the category preparing for its largest technical overhaul since the introduction of V6 hybrid engines in 2014.
The F1-commissioned design looks radically different from what is currently used across the grille, with a low rear wing and front wheel arches as two of the car’s most visually striking elements.
The goal of the new regulation is to improve the racing spectacle and make it easier to follow the cars in traffic. Ground effect is one of the ways lawmakers plan to achieve this.
F1 yesterday introduced the car with its own livery, incorporating the logos of its sponsors and partners on the bodywork.
Now, nine of the ten teams have shown how they envision next year’s cars in their current livery, using computer-generated models and giving fans a better glimpse of the future of F1.