Renowned Industrial designer Olcay Tuncay has knocked it out of the park with his latest offerings on what the 2022 Formula 1 AMG Mercedes F1 ought to look like when it breaks cover next month.
The 2022 World Championship is due to see an overhaul of the technical regulations. These changes had been planned for introduction in 2021, with teams developing their cars throughout 2020. However, the introduction of the regulations was delayed until the 2022 championship in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Olcay has looked at the regulations and generated some images of what he thinks the F1 cars will look like once they hit the track for winter testing.
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Crisis unfolds: Aston Martin will not make first test
Aston Martin Racing has appointed a new F1 team principal for the 2022 season. Former head of BMW’s global motorsport operation Mike Krack has joined the outfit after the departure of long-standing team member Otmar Szafnauer, but the new boss will be taking on a Formula 1 team in crisis.
Krack has plenty of experience during his time in motorsport, after a decade in Formula One working for Sauber. Most recently Krack was in charge of the BMW Formula E team as well as the GT and IMSA programmes. But Krack will be tackling some significant issues in a team that has over the years gained a reputation of punching well above its weight, but now appears to be headed to disaster.
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