How F1 dual rate springs work.

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How F1 dual rate springs work.

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Another super informative video from Kyle (ex Mercedes aero engineer).



Seeing as RedBull are running some rake again, it seems likely they are running dual rate heave springs at the rear. It would certainly explain some of the recent observations of their car just dropping to the deck and bolting in a straight line.
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