The excitement around the new era of Formula 1 is ramping up so let's taking a look at the sweeping technical changes that will be introduced this year.

    Closer racing is the name of the game here with a new aerodynamic philosophy aimed at helping cars follow each other much closer through the corners without losing downforce.

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    The cutting-edge turbo-hybrid engines will also evolve, with more standardised parts plus E10 biofuel, which is part of F1's commitment to making a fully sustainable fuel in the future.

    Safety changes, plus 18-inch Pirelli tyres, wake-control winglets and wheel covers will also feature on the new-for-2022 cars.

    Ahead of the 23-race 2022 season, watch the video above to find out more about the new breed of F1 machines.