Retro F1 tech: The focus on safety

As the sport entered the noughties, the FIA and then-president Max Mosley looked to reign in the cost to compete in Formula 1, the first act being a single-engine specification, as 3-litre V10’s became the order of the day.
Unable to effectively police the use of traction control, the FIA permitted its use again in 2001, banned the use of beryllium alloys, stipulated a maximum of three … Keep reading

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