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The airflow from the leading vehicle does not travel across the following one(s) in a normal manner if the following vehicles are close. Because of this, the downforce on the front of the trailing vehicle(s) is decreased and it does not turn in the corners as well, resulting in an "aero push."
|Sheri Ann Richerson|