Aston Martin plans car upgrades for Japanese GP


A Aston Martin wants to face the 2024 season Formula 1 increasingly aggressively. The team of Silverstone This campaign seeks to have a different development strategy than last year. It is necessary to remember that As of 2023, the AMR23’s first major package of improvements has not arrived in Canada.

The British team’s chief engineer, Dan Fallows changed its strategy and is trying to bring innovations that will make the AMR24 improve race after race. Therefore, Aston Martin has important changes prepared for the Japanese GP: According to rumors, at Suzuka we will see a completely new floor and a different body.

Aston Martin AMR24: Here’s a detail of the underbody as the first development arrives at Suzuka

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The AMR24 has shown good potential, but so far it has not been able to find a good balance between the car configured for qualifying, that is, when it has an empty tank, and the car configured for the race, full of fuel. The interventions carried out, which have been studied in the wind tunnel, should go in the right direction.

Aston Martin is currently in fifth place in the Constructors’ World Championship, just one point behind from Mercedes, which suffered a double retirement in Australia. Perhaps the green squad’s ambition is to attack those from Brackley on a track like the Japanese one, which should be complicated for the W15.

Aston Martin AMR24: here is the front wing that debuted in Australia

Photos by: Giorgio Piola

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