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‘FIA seize parts of Ferrari fuel system'

The Ferrari engine controversy is refusing to die down with the FIA reportedly seizing 'parts of the fuel system' from the SF90 as well as a customer. Following a string of pole positions after the summer break, Ferrari's rivals wrote to the FIA asking for clarification regarding the power units. Red Bull set out three scenarios for the FIA, all of which were declared illegal. The FIA then issued a Technical Directive on the matter, highlighting Article 5.10.5 which states that 'any device, system or procedure the purpose and/or effect of which is to increase the flow rate or to store and recycle fuel after the measurement point is prohibited.' A second TD was furnished just over a week...
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