F1 2019 overtaking changes approved


Changes will be made to aid overtaking after a recent FIA World Motor Sport Council Meeting

The FIA World Motor Sport Council has approved aerodynamic changes to the front wing, brake ducts and rear wing to improve overtaking for the 2019 Formula 1 season.

Further changes to F1 include cars remaining on the grid for 10 minutes longer before the national anthem to allow media better access to drivers, beginning at this weekend’s Canadian Grand Prix.

Furthermore, Formula 2 drivers will be able to test current F1 cars in F1 tests.

Related: F1 2019: simple aero, better racing?

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