George Russell preparation regime emerges ahead of debut Mercedes season


The 2022 regulations are also set to significantly simplify the top-body aerodynamics.

That means less downforce from the firmly-regulated front and rear wings, which are tightly-prescribed in order to eliminate the outwash aerodynamics that have made F1’s turbulence problems worse over the past decade or so.

In order to enable better racing and remove the prospect of dirty air having an impact on overtaking, the aerodynamic phenomenon known as ‘ground effect’, will help to reduce the “catastrophic downforce loss.”

Sharing his thoughts on the new Mercedes-AMG F1 W13 E Performance car, Russell pointed out the many differences between the new model and previous ones and that this season will be one of transitions as drivers adjust to the new regulations.


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