Formula 1 is a highly competitive sport that involves skill and strategy. Strategy in F1 can be the difference between winning and losing. While the drivers showcase their racecraft on the track to force their competitor driver into making a mistake to gain track position, the team on the pit wall creates a fool proof plan to maintain position and pass competitor cars during a race. But over the years, overtaking in F1 has become increasingly difficult. As much as we all love some wheel-to-wheel action on the track, the complex aero on an F1 car makes it difficult for cars to follow each other, resulting in less on-track action.
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