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Wolff: Rule change requests ‘absurd’

Toto Wolff says any discussions about potentially changing the regulations for this season are “absurd”.Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo has been vocal of his criticism of the new F1 rules and is due to arrive in Bahrain on Sunday for talks with FIA president Jean Todt and Bernie Ecclestone about the sport's future. With Ferrari mooting the idea of shortened races and Red Bull also wanting to change the fuel flow regulations, Mercedes executive director (business) Wolff said it was a case of sour grapes from teams who have not done as good a job as his own.“The interesting bit is that some engine manufacturers or teams are saying 'We haven't managed to make the car efficient and...
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