F1 racing guide: What is DRS? What do flags mean?


The surface of a rear wing is curved to accelerate airflow underneath,
creating low pressure, while high pressure acts on top. This pressure difference forces airflow
upward as it passes over the wing, and in turn, the car is pushed down. However, the downforce
doesn’t come for free as the wing also creates air resistance, or drag, limiting the car’s top

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