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It therefore was welcome to most to hear of some movement on this in recent weeks, that a delegation of drivers had approached Pirelli asking that the Italian company supplies rubber more like nature intended. And reportedly Pirelli agreed, at least in theory, to comply from 2017 onwards.
But as I argue in my latest article for Grand Prix Times, while this is a good move if done in isolation it may not do much for us all in. I outline that at the same time we should seize the opportunity to tackle the root problem on F1 racing cars' ability to race: aerodynamics.
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