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d4rkw1tch

Dual Axis Steering? By pressing/pulling the steering wheel they could change the toe of front wheels. So, that both front tires aren't aligned in parallel to each other, which increases friction, heating the tires up faster and more equally across the tire width.

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raeven53

Here you go, watch his wheels and his hands.

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big_milk

Mate, DAS is not good.

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superzocker368

DAS enabled the driver to put the tires in a different position during the race to warm them up quicker. Since setup changes are illegal once you take part in qualifying, this is ultimately illegal as well, although it was kind of a grey zone before as you could say it's not "technically" a setup change.

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thor16

Seeing cars go vroom is still the most fun part, true. But the technology and strategies behind it are also interesting.

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thelebowski

Didn't know Ferrari strategists are on 9gag as well.

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boodleboodle

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monercy

Ironically, Matt LeBlanc probably does understand and enjoy the technical side of F1.

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daredemoikari

F1 isn't a show "how to repair your car" :D

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geronimo86

You can easily ask google or any search engine fucking retard

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