F1's 2022 Tech in 3D – Everything You Need To Know s(technology-2022)

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Despite a setback from 2021 to 2022, Formula 1’s technical update is nearly here. With all-new F1 car designs, tire upgrades, fresh wings and a new-yet-familiar venturi tunnel floor, 2022 promises to be a groundbreaking year for Formula 1. Not only that, Jake Boxall-Legge also looks at what to expect as the year goes on, what are 2022’s aims, and will all the new F1 car changes work. 0:00 F1’s 2022 Updates 1:11 F1 2022’s Aims 2:36 Venturi Tunnels 3:07 Front and Rear Wings 3:40 Bargeboards Are Gone 3:54 18 Inch Tires, Covers & Deflectors 4:20 Suspension 4:53 Will The New Aero Work? 5:48 How Will The Cars Develop? 6:33 Aero Trickery 6:48 Design Convergence #F12022 #Formula1Car #F1Tech FOLLOW us online: Website: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: Thanks for watching – please like, share, comment, and subscribe! ,

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22 comments

OriginalFake 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

I hope none of the teams has the dominant car. We want close racing then no one should have the dominant car.

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adam 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

the teams will figure a way out to mess with the air… it is what they do.

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M R 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Lando's claim about slipstream and dirty air is not correct completely. The cars will still have a proper slipstream (theoretically). The main issue was not the overtaking process itself, it was the preperation for it. If you lost too much downforce in faster corners, you were not able to catch the car in front to overtake it. Many circuits in modern F1 have fast corners in front of the main overtaking zone. Tracks, where accelaration was more important as downforce, produced quite good racing and overtakes in recent years (such as Baku, Bahrain or Hockenheim, etc.).

My prediction is that we will see much more overtakes and better racing, since the turbulances caused by the aerodynamics are reduced signficantly. For slipstream effect on straights, it does not have the same importance, if the air will flow turbulant or linear to your car, as it is for (fast) corners.

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Terry Westmorland 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Jody Scheckter , misses out on a Top 10 for Ferrari?…

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Danny J 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Yes, it will be easier to follow a car while turning but won't it be harder to catch up to a car on a streight?

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Hannah Millington 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

I wonder if anyone will pursue "dirtying" the air for those behind as a development.

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graham west 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

With reliance on a technical floor for downforce the drivers will have to stay off the
Kerbs which will hopefully keep the cars within the white lines, and hopefully save the track by track, track limits issues, a positive side effect of the new car design.

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Nick Mildon 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

IMO the best thing F1 could change is to have 3 cars/drivers per team. This would allow more radical, diverse strategies. More in-team battles with 3 drivers and obviously more cars so more action and gets more drivers and sponsorship into F1. You could even stipulate that 1 of the 3 drivers be an academy product

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Thugpug789987 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Ill always say this. Instead of changing everything just add a new rule setting a percentage of dirty air behind the car ( set by simulating the actual car and another car behind it maybe one or 2 car lengths behind) lets say the car behind is only allowed to lose like 20 or 30% of its downforce from the car infront.

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VOKE 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Wasn’t it already confirmed that Torsion bars aren’t banned?

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Vorakij Punyashthiti 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Wind deflector above front wheels look like a good place to put camera on and get rid of rear view mirrors. This would reduce drag as well as improve what driver can see.

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tehsidewinder 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

I cant wait to see the new cars and see them racing. I just wish they had gone with an aero screen like indy, I know Vettel complained when he tried it but if indy can get it right, F1 definitely can. The drivers were complaining about stones hitting their hands at 180mph in Mugello and Nurburgring. God forbid some carbon breaks off at high speed, like what happened to one of the drivers (Russell in Canada 2 yrs ago I think) lucky it was at the start of the race and they were slowing down going into the first corner when it entered the cockpit and he was able to remove it. Something is going to happen someday and someone is going to ask why this safety device wasn't used when stuff like this has been happening for yrs. Look at Lewis and Max in Monza, luckily the halo diverted the wheel up but if that was a front wing or floor, the halo could cut through carbon which usually breaks into sharp bits or force it down into a driver both of which would be horrible. Im delighted ground effect is back but Im also a tiny bit worried a car spinning backwards will take off, we've seen it in other types of racing. I hope im wrong for Mazepin and Vettel sake or anyone elses, cause these new cars might break loose easily in weird conditions.

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davidalt92 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

The difference in front wings is something i can’t wait to see

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Leo Arc 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Since when have torsion bars been banned?
Do your research, please.

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Redskies453 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Didn't know about the suspension changes. Great video, very clear and complete.

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Sina Manic 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

This should be nominated for Academy Award for Best Animated Feature Film.

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JohnPaul 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

Next get rid of of DRS and team orders and just let them race!

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Rayyan A 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

The car actually looks pretty, like genuinely pretty

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Felix 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

I think we will be seeing more crashes and red flags this season than in the last 10

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Gowtham V 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

The inerters is what made the mercedes a rocket in the straights i think by make the rear suspension go down aggressively before a straight to get the highest top speed.

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Tuomas Holo 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

We already know HAAS will be at the front fighting for highest number of…DNFs.

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Wynnby 15/03/2022 - 2:53 Chiều

3:48 I LOVE THIS

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