Here’s What Changes On An F1 Car For A Wet Race

Modern Parc Fermé regulations mean that wet setups don’t really exist any more, and are probably part of the reason why the cars don’t work as well in wet conditions as they used to. This video from Racer magazine explains some of the changes that can be made to make cars more suitable for a wet track. Spoiler alert: there aren’t many, which is why conditions that would have been fine a few years ago are too dangerous now.

Maybe Ferrari themselves should have watched this video to get some ideas, because they weren’t exactly setting the world alight in Brazil as both drivers fell victim to the conditions at some point.

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