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Ripping up the Rule Book in Formula One

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The Formula One rule book is a pretty thick and complex affair largely to stop clever interpretations and new technology that if allowed would make the cars too quick. These have evolved over the years making the design of the car from a systems point of view pretty much fixed by the rules. Is this time for some fresh thinking resulting in a safety only set of restrictions? The lecture argues the case for the latter, pointing out the attractions while alerting us to the practical and political implications.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Society for the Application of Research (CSAR) series.

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