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Mattiacci wants engine freeze rules relaxed

Sutton Images Enlarge Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says he wants manufacturers to be given the chance to make changes to their engine during a season. Engines were homologated before the start of the season, with regulations only allowing approved changes to be made for reasons of reliability, safety or cost-saving. After tweaks are made this winter the same rule kicks in at the start of 2015, something Mattiacci wants to see changed. "Yes, in a certain way - not as rigid as it is today. I would like a certain amount of opportunities a year to work on the engine," Mattiacci said when asked if he wanted the freeze to be lifted. Mattiacci and his fellow team principals...
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