Aston Martin's technical director describes the team’s new AMR24 as a "strong evolution" of its predecessor, addressing past shortcomings and building on the success of the previous season.By the Numbers
- Last year, Aston Martin collected an impressive 255 points more than in 2022.
- They aim to improve straightline speed, a critical area highlighted by Fernando Alonso's feedback.
- Aston Martin made changes all over the car, focusing on development potential to challenge throughout the entire season.
- The gap between Red Bull and their rivals is narrowing, as other teams focus on detailed elements to find additional lap times.
Aston Martin aims to maintain a good, stable basis for further in-season developments and to continue closing the gap with Red Bull.Bottom Line
Aston Martin's new AMR24 reflects a strong evolution, addressing past weaknesses and focusing on in-season development to challenge Red Bull for the top spot.
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