The Formula 1 teams have reportedly agreed to make a few minor changes to the bodywork of the cars for 2019, meaning there is more space for sponsors’ logos.
According to Autosport, during last week’s Strategy Group the teams agreed that changes needed to be made.
As such the bargeboards will be lower as this means better visibility on the side of the chassis.
Added to that, there will be a change to the rear wing endplates with a flat space at the top that will offer a spot for uninterrupted advertising.
This changes will only come into effect in 2019.
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