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Renault steering wheels impounded after Suzuka protest

Racing Point has protested Renault The Renault Formula 1 team has had its steering wheels and electronic control units impounded following the Japanese Grand Prix. A protest from Racing Point has seen the FIA seize and seal the items from the cars of both Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg pending further investigation. Racing Point claims Renault uses a 'pre-set lap distance dependent brake bias adjustment system.' Hearing the protest in Suzuka, the FIA technical department was directed by stewards to conduct further analysis on the steering wheels and ECUs to determine if there was a breach. That analysis will centre on the hardware, software, and data associated with them, with a...
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