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F1 officially reveals the first picture of 2021 F1 concept cars

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Formula One has officially revealed the brand-new concept images for its 2021 F1 cars for new era, The rules will undergo essential changes. The images and results are visually impressing and beautifully attractive.

Three different concepts have been revealed. F1’s Managing Director of Motorsports Ross Brawn outlined the objectives ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix.

“When we started looking at the 2021 car, the primary objective was to enable the cars to race well together,” Brawn said “What we established early on in our research is the cars we have now are very bad in following each other.”

“Once the cars get within a few car lengths of each other, they lose 50% of their downforce. That’s a substantial amount of performance lost. So we set about understanding why that was and how we can improve it. I’m pleased to say we’re at about 80%.

“As time has gone on, another of the primary objectives was to make great looking cars. We want cars that look better than what you see in a video game, cars that kids want to have up on their walls. At each stage, as we have been evolving the car, we’ve had someone we are working with create a graphic representation artist to give us a feel of what the car could look like.” Brawn added.

“That is not to control the development, because it’s critical this development achieves its objectives, but why shouldn’t we have great looking cars as we’re evolving the cars? We want a car that is inspiring. F1 is the pinnacle of motorsport and the car should look sensational.”

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