Lando Norris expects the handling of the next year’s cars to differ from the 2021 cars, thinking they might share similarities with the F2 machinery.


  • The 2022 cars will change greatly from the 2021 cars due to a major re-working of the regulations.
  • While these changes are implemented to improve the quality of racing next season, the drivers may have a tough time familiarizing themselves with the new concept.

What he had to say:

  • “Definitely there will be a slightly different style,” Norris commented to
  • “I don’t think it’ll be as nice to drive in a way. I think it’ll be a little bit more on the limit in terms of pushing and so on. A little bit like F2 in a way, I think, where you see more fighting the car and stuff.”
  • “But I could be wrong because things are always changing. It’s like what I drove one month ago is going to be quite very different to what I drive now, and it’s going be very different probably again when we get to the first race.”

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