Red Bull’s Max Verstappen believes the new regulations for the 2022 F1 season improved following other cars on track.
The introduction of the new technical regulations aims to improve racing and deliver a better and fairer (together with the budget cap) spectacle for drivers and fans alike.
Although some issues have emerged, some drivers like Verstappen are showing their support for the new rules, as the Dutchman says he believes the following of other cars has improved.
“I do think it’s better,” he stated. “It’s at least better than last year when if you got behind someone, you suddenly got understeer or a lot of oversteer. It was uncontrollable.
“When I’m behind a car now, I do notice that I’m losing downforce, but that happens front and rear. So that makes it more predictable and controllable for drivers.”