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F1 planning lighter and shorter cars in 2026

Formula 1 is hoping to introduce lighter and shorter cars for the 2026 season, when new power unit regulations will also be launched. One of the most common complaints that drivers have raised over modern-day F1 cars is their weight, which has gradually increased over the last several years. The minimum weight set out by […]
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