Tag: Adam Cooper

Formula 1 – The pitfalls that can end a young driver’s F1 career – F1

Formula 1 – The pitfalls that can end a young driver’s F1 career – F1

In 2019 the focus will be on a new generation of Formula 1 drivers, and not only because we have four rookies: George Russell, Lando Norris, Alexander Albon and Antonio Giovinazzi. Charles Leclerc and Pierre Gasly – with just 21 and 26 GP starts respectively behind them – have been promoted to teams that are…

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Formula 1 – Paddy Lowe: Teams tried to stop Formula 1 2019 rules loopholes – F1

Formula 1 – Paddy Lowe: Teams tried to stop Formula 1 2019 rules loopholes – F1

Formula 1 teams have made a concerted effort to ensure the 2019 aerodynamic rules do not leave any loopholes that can be exploited, according to Williams technical chief Paddy Lowe. As a first push in Liberty Media’s bid to increase the amount of overtaking in F1, this year’s cars will feature a number of changes…

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Formula 1 – The contradictory 2019 rule change that ‘fooled the FIA’ – F1

Formula 1 – The contradictory 2019 rule change that ‘fooled the FIA’ – F1

The maximum amount of fuel that a Formula 1 driver can use over a race distance rises from 105 kilograms to 110kg in 2019, in a move that appears to contradict the ethos that efficiency is a cornerstone of the current hybrid regulations. For the first three years of the hybrid era the fuel limit…

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Formula 1 – Lowe: Smedley leaves Williams F1 team on best possible terms – F1

Formula 1 – Lowe: Smedley leaves Williams F1 team on best possible terms – F1

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Formula 1 – Has F1 ‘jumped too early’ with 2019 changes? – F1

Formula 1 – Has F1 ‘jumped too early’ with 2019 changes? – F1

When the 2019 aerodynamic changes for next year’s Formula 1 technical regulations were fast-tracked through the FIA system just before the April 30 deadline, it was a rare example of time constraints focusing everyone’s attention. A laudable desire to boost overtaking by enabling cars to follow each other more closely meant the governing body, F1…

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