Norris expands on back issues aggravated by current F1 cars

Last year, F1 switched to ground-effect-based cars which are set up extremely stiff to generate the most downforce. That set-up had the unintended side-effect of porpoising on most cars, with drivers bouncing violently on the straights.But even without the highly publicised bouncing effect, the low-ride heights have generally made the cars much less comfortable to drive, with more forces ...Keep reading

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