Technical analysis: European & Belgian GPs

Technical analysis: European & Belgian GPs

Craig Scarborough looks at the updates and technical changes seen at the European and Belgian Grands Prix

Rarely are two races so different as Valencia and Spa, both in how the teams fared and how the tracks are laid out.

The back-to back-races started with Valencia, the slow, twisty circuit demanding high downforce and a soft grippy set-up, while Spa, with fast turns, demands little downforce and a stiff but progressive set-up to keep the aerodynamics stable.

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