If the circuit existed at sea level, teams would likely run a low-medium downforce configuration. But the rarefied air, which is less dense and starved of oxygen, means they all run close to their highest downforce packages. This puts an emphasis on cooling too, with teams forced to run with their most open configuration. Williams FW41 cooling comparsion Hungarian GP and Mexican ... Keep reading

Source: How F1 teams coped with Mexico's unique tech demands

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