Anatomy of the new Formula One Car with Bob Bell- Part 1

The drive to win and the hunger to compete! This pretty much sums up what Formula 1 regulators have to check.

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They set the rules to ensure teams and drivers compete in a safe yet exciting environment. To achieve that, they pretty much have rules that dictate what you can and cannot do with every part of the complex F1 car. In addition, they ensure that the fans still get those roaring sounds, screeching tires, high speeds and nail-biting overtakes.

In this episode, the first of two, Ed Bernardon interviews Bob Bell, strategic advisor to the BWT Alpine F1 team. He has been racing in Formula 1 for 36 years and has won several championships with different teams. Today he will walk us through the Alpine A522 race car for the 2022 season from front to back, explaining the changes made and the expected impact. In addition, he will share with us what impact the new rules are expected to have on the competition this season.

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