Why F1's 2022 cars will be more of a handful for drivers
Formula 1 will unleash a new rules era this year, as the series shifts to ground effect cars that are aimed at making the racing better.To achieve that, F1 has had to move away from a reliance on downforce created by the front and rear wings and instead the cars will generate much more performance from channelling air through venturi tunnels underneath the car.
World Champion Max Max Stapen has celebrated its first win of the season in Formula 1 in the second race. © Provided by sport1.de Formula 1: First season victory for stages
World Champion Max Stapen (Netherlands) celebrated its first win of the season in Formula 1 in the second race. The Red Bull Pilot won in Saudi Arabia before Bahrain winner Charles Leclec (Monaco) and its Ferrari teammate Carlos Sainz (Spain). In the World Cup rating, the leading Leclerc expanded its lead with 45 points.
"It was a great race," said stages: "In the end, you could see that we had a little better Pace. In the end, we have now started well on the season." Leclerc confessed that he had absolutely enjoyed the race: "That was great racing, so every race should be. Max has made a super job."
record world champion Lewis Hamilton (England / Mercedes), only 16. In qualifying, finished after a mixed race square ten and thus secured at least one WM point.
Mick Schumacher was not at the start after his crash in qualifying, the Haas team renounced to rebuild the totally destroyed car. Sebastian Vettel was not there after his corona infection as in Bahrain, at his place Nico Hülkenberg was occupied in Aston Martin Platz twelve.
before Gen3 era of Formula E: Nissan assumes E.DAMS complete .
© Motorsport Images Nissan assumes the complete control over the formula E-insert with E.DAMS will be the name of one of the most successful teams in the history of the formula E After this season from the electric race series disappear. Nissan has completely adopted the French commitment team in the run-up to the Gen3 era.