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Nobody wants to talk about how the FIA's political agenda is soiling the performance of F1. Just wait till next year, sure they can go max boost with the cars during qualifying but their race pace will be complete a**.
Perhaps the FIA will take advantage of this situation to help install Michelin in order to try to bring in some tires that perform better in order to make up for the lack of performance that will be happening. ...
the real kicker is teams will have to invest even more heavily in aero in order to keep corner speeds even higher in order to limit full throttle time.