F1's last brave-new-rules world

F1's last brave-new-rules world

As F1 prepares for its next big rules shift, EDD STRAW begins a series of features on the 2009-13 cars, starting with the genesis of the package and how fan cars and CDG wings nearly featured

This is the first of a series of features about Formula 1's regulations from 2009-13 based on a six-page feature that appeared in AUTOSPORT magazine on December 5.

Fans demanding more action is how it began. The FIA's Charlie Whiting assembled the Overtaking Working Group early in 2007 to research and frame a set of regulations that would turn grand prix racing into the passing-fest everyone apparently craved.

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