Tech notes: What was new at Mugello

Tech notes: What was new at Mugello

The Mugello test was a lifeline for Formula 1 teams with ground to make up. Craig Scarborough analyses all the technical developments seen in Italy

The first in-season test for several years took place this week over three days at Mugello in Italy. The Ferrari-owned track features a mix of fast and slow turns, as well as elevation changes.

Under the Resource Restriction Agreement, testing is counted as part of the teams' limited allocation of engines and tyres. They have to use engines from their season-long limit of eight, although in testing, gearbox use is not linked to the four-race restriction.

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