Hamilton has “a lot more headaches” due to F1 bouncing

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As per the original ground-effect F1 era in the early 1980s, porpoising has returned whereby airflow stalls over the floors and therefore detaches and reattaches itself to the car.
This forces the downforce to breakaway, creating a cycle where cars are pulled into the track surface and then released at higher speeds.
To combat this, teams have experimented with increasing suspension …Keep reading Source

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