2019 Formula 1 aerodynamic regulations are set to be signed off at today’s meeting of the F1 Strategy Group.
F1 teams agreed back in April to introduce simplified front wings and brake ducts for 2019 in an effort to re-emphasise overtaking.
The final small details of the new regulations were hashed out in a meeting of the Technical Working Group just before the French Grand Prix, according to FOM’s Ross Brawn.
The meeting will also feature “tough discussions” about the undecided 2021 engine regulations, according to Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff.
He confirmed Porsche is an interested party for 2021 and Wolff would like to see them come into F1, saying, “the more we can fight, the more we enjoy it.”
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