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Wolff: F1 right to delay 2021 rules

F1's 2021 regulations will not be published until October Mercedes boss Toto Wolff says Formula 1 was right to delay the publication of the sport's 2021 rules. Last week it was confirmed that the new regulations would not be revealed until October, four months after they're technically supposed to be made public. Regulations stipulate that any significant changes to the regulations be published 18 months prior to coming into effect. That would have meant a July 1 publication of the 2021 regulations, though unanimous agreement has seen that delayed. It's understood the delay is for two reasons; firstly to try and limit the time larger teams have to gain an advantage over the smaller teams,...
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