Tbh, I think it's the right move. The team has secure funding, are at the budget cap and there's actually an advantage to finishing lower in terms of development tools.continuum16 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 23, 2022 2:49 pmhttps://the-race.com/formula-1/no-more- ... is-season/
No major upgrades not just short term, but for the rest of the season, apparently. Not spectacular news, If I’m honest. It will be interesting to see if they can hold onto 4th ahead of Alpine and Alfa Romeo.
Learn what they can from this season, but plow as many resources as possible into the 2023 car bringing anything that will also work this season through, but focusing largely on next year.