Formula 1 officials have lifted the lid on their proposed blueprint for the sport from 2021 onward, and that blueprint is said to focus on improving the racing through ground-effect aerodynamics.
Just two races ago, F1 was thought to be in crisis. The French Grand Prix was duller than staring at a brick wall, Mercedes had won seemingly without using any effort and few could see any light at the end of the tunnel.
Fast-forward a couple of weeks, and the series has produced thrilling races in Austria and Great Britain.
Still, it appears that changes are coming in 2021, and among those changes is an emphasis on ground-effect aerodynamics that, in theory, will keep the cars bunched closer together and increase overtaking opportunities.
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