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Petronas/Redbull car 😂
Ground effect is back baby lets go
its a shame that DAS isnt in this video
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Some of those ideas, like the fan car concept and the water/shot dumping systems, were clearly inadmissible, cheating, or even dangerous, but some of them, particularly the mass damper and maybe the double diffuser could have been beneficial to the sport had the teams been allowed to continue developing them instead of banning them
A lot of casuals in the comments
That's why I don't like F1, too much regulations, it completely spoils the fun and destroys the sport.
There should be no single regulations for F1 cars, except safety, every team should be allowed to be creative without limits. That would be something I'd watch.
Too many regulations in F1…
They should use that mass damper since helped grip
Fia be like when a new innovation ban this rn
The F duct is insane, everyone driving down the straights with one hand 😂
I think the main thing I learned from this is that F1 teams are a bunch of snitches
F1 could've been such a brilliant, fun sport with technical ability and imagination pushed to the limits. Shame they had to restrict so much of every aspect.
"10 things that make cars better, but all the other teams got but hurt, so FIA banned it, effectively being F1's biggest enemy for years on end" - Tite Corrected
so far Williams is one of the teams that had the best engineers in F1. It's just that the FIA always ban or disapprove every new features they designed.
Some teams might look in awe at that mass damper in 2022.
I'm new to F1, but it seems a shame that innovations seem to always be banned. Like instead of banning it why not alter the rule to be safer, cheaper, etc instead? Having more kinds of cars would be sweet. All the cars look basically the same nowadays.