Wolff: "Concorde Agreement brings about biggest transition ever in Formula 1"
By Tomas Mota 26 August 2020 | 16:47
Toto Wolff thinks there are major changes to come in Formula 1. After signing the Concorde Agreement, Mercedes' participation under the new and updated regulations is a fact. A huge challenge for the teams, Wolff expects.
"We remain fully committed to this sport and look forward to the coming years, when we will see the biggest transition ever in Formula 1", said the Austrian in the Mercedes race preview at the Grand Prix of Belgium.
Rule changes in Formula 1
The new regulations are particularly drastic in the aerodynamic area. The innovation must ensure that the cars can follow each other more easily.As a result, the gaps between the teams are expected to narrow down significantly.
With his statements Wolff confirms that a more exciting starting grid is coming. In addition, the teams have to design completely new cars: "Flexible teams that are open to new ideas will be rewarded under the new regulations." (Photo: Mercedes AMG F1)
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