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Ferrari boss warns Russell's claim about Mercedes ‘porpoising' might be incorrect

Mercedes arrived at the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix weekend with small a aerodynamic upgrade in a bid to solve their “porpoising” problems, but they have still been suffering from the incessant bouncing. Such has been the severity of the impact with the floor that George Russell and Sir Lewis Hamilton have been lifting off the throttle to avoid excess abrasion with the track surface. And Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff revealed after qualifying on Friday that the issue had broken the stay on Russell’s car that is designed to keep the floor steady. Both Britons were eliminated from Q2 in Imola while, Ferrari, whose bouncing seems similarly aggressive to their counterparts, have...
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