September 2011
Racer;Sep2011, Issue 233, p44
The article focuses on the ideas given by former Formula 1 (F1) designer and technical consultant Gary Anderson in creating new regulations for racing automobile. It says that some of the specifications preferred by Anderson is to leave the engines as is because they provide good power. Anderson says that drag reduction system (DRS) should be removed from the rear wing. Moreover, rear wheel width can be increased from 340 millimeter (mm) to 430 mm to provide an increase in rear mechanical grip.


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