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The new technical regulations for the 2022 Formula 1 season have certainly worked as intended,

as the pack has been shuffled around.

Mercedes got the design of the W13 wrong as Red Bull and Ferrari streaked ahead,

leaving the eight-time World Champions fighting for crumbs in the early part of the season.

Elsewhere, Haas have managed to drag themselves back into regular midfield runners,

a far cry from the doldrums of 2020 and 2021 when they were rooted to the back.

There's been bouncing, blunders and brilliant wheel-to-wheel racing in the first 13 Grands Prix of 2022,

but what will the major talking points be in the remaining nine as the prizes are handed out?

Can Ferrari reel Red Bull in? When Ferrari are able to stick the right tyres on,

If you know where the open roads are going to take you, choosing an RV will be a little easier.

get the quicker driver (the Monegasque one) in front and stop the thing from detonating itself, they have a rather quick car.

New rules to combat porpoising An unintended side effect of the new technical regulations for 2022 has been porpoising – or bouncing.

The fall and rise of the Silver Arrows Mercedes' 2022 season is rather akin to Ferrari's 2005 campaign.

Although it was minor tweaks including tyre rules that brought an end to the Michael Schumacher dynasty

 as opposed to the sweeping ones that he befelled the Hamilton one, the house that Toto and Lewis built will finally be demolished in 2022

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