F1: British GP, live

- The ground effect It helps promote equality between the single-seaters.

– The
ground effect It helps promote equality between the single-seaters. Until now the
dirty air made the single-seaters
lose 35% of their downforce when they rolled behind the leader. The loss of this charge is now reduced by 4% in 20 meters and a
18% at 10 meters.

Deflectors on the tires. These deflectors direct airflow across the wheels; so that the single-seaters
increase your downforce. Thus, they contribute to generating that ground effect.

18-inch wheels: Expected with 18-inch wheels
reduce tire heating and, thus, achieve greater equality in the grand prizes.

Simpler ailerons: The DRS remains on the rear wing although it is simpler. The arrival of the air from the front to the rear spoiler
creates a rotating airflow and generates an invisible wake.

car size: This season’s car is bigger. The minimum weight is 795kg.

More safety and sustainability: The side of the car is twice as strong, and
carbon footprint has been improved to make sport more sustainable. In fact, it is required that there be a 5.7% biological component. Also,
the engines convert 50% of the fuel’s energy into power.

Motor lovers and fanatics, at 4:00 p.m. the British Grand Prix will start at the Silverstone circuit. We remember that the pole was taken by Carlos Sainz, ahead of Max Verstappen (2nd) and Charles Leclerc (3rd). A wet session, with the Mercedes putting pressure on Sergio Pérez somewhat decaffeinated. In these two hours that we have ahead of us, we have a lot to review. So make yourself comfortable and comfortable because… Let’s start!