Ross Brawn: "The 2022 rules won't change the situation overnight"

The Formula 1 sporting director spoke about the new cars.

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The english engineer Ross Brawn, sports director of the F1, explained that the new regulations that the top category in 2022 will constitute "A much better platform to improve racing on the track", but has warned that "They will not change the situation overnight."

“While the 2022 rules will not change the situation overnight, I think they are a much better platform to improve racing on the track and I am sure that once the new rules are in place we will see some races and championships. incredible in the future, with more wheel-to-wheel action ”, Brawn valued in the weekly column that is published on the official website of the F.1.

Formula 1 2022In any case, he stressed that 2021 is already being "A golden season." And I add: “I have no doubt that the cost cap and the rule changes are having a positive impact on the proximity and intensity of the championship. There is no ability for a team to invest massive resources. Resources are now limited and the teams are also focusing on next year's car, something that requires a lot of time and resources ”, analyzed.

As for the last Turkish Grand Prix, Brawn highlighted the "Brilliant comeback" from Spanish Carlos Sainz (Ferrari), but he opted for the Finn Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes), who won the test, as the most outstanding driver. “He was not wrong under very difficult conditions. Mercedes had a very good car, but he made the most of it and never allowed a threat from behind ”, Indian.

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