F1: Aston Martin car is blowing brake dust in driver’s face

The Aston Martin F1 drivers are breathing in carbon dust during the course of a race weekend at the Austrian Grand Prix when Sebastian Vettel in particular emerged from his car with a face spattered with black carbon.

Vettel said the long-running issue had worsened this season owing to the new brake duct layout, with drivers now not only subjected to the brake dust generated by a car they’re following, but also dust created by their own car.

“The design of the brake ducts this year, with the front axle, it is blowing all the brake dust into our faces and it is not good,” he said.

Sebastian Vettel’s fire retardant underwaer covered in brake dust


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