The 2022 F1 season begins March 20 with the Bahrain Grand Prix, and brings a few significant changes with it. This year, F1 has updated its regulations to allow for new designs that could push drivers’ limits even more: for example, tire width will now be increased from 13 inches to 18, increasing endurance in between pit stops. The budget cap has also been lowered by about $3 million, which could help level the playing field for less competitive teams. Probably the most anticipated new car heading into the 2022 season is the Mercedes W13, representing a top-tier team that finds itself looking for some payback. CLICK HERE to read all about it!
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