Jenson Button has urged the FIA to increased the minimum weight for next car as there are fears that it will penalise taller drivers.
As of next season, the minimum weight will be increased from 642kg to 690kg. However that added weight it to cover the new V6 engines and the Energy Recovery Systems.
According to reports some teams are already struggling to get near the 690kg, prompting fears that taller heavier drivers may be excluded from race seats in order to keep the weight down.
"I'm 74, 74.5 kilos with my kit and I struggle to meet the weight limit - I have done for the last three years," Button revealed.
"There's certain fitness training that I have to do and parts...
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