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‘Porpoising' rule change bid will fail – Haug

Jun.15 Mercedes' push for rule changes to end the new ‘porpoising' phenomenon in Formula 1 is likely to fail. That is the view of the German marque's former F1 boss Norbert Haug, even though Mercedes' argument is based on safety in light of Lewis Hamilton's visible back problems after Baku. Red Bull boss Christian Horner, though, said he is not interested in helping Mercedes. 'They can always screw a thicker floor on the car if they want to,' he said. 'And all of us decide for ourselves how high you want to run the car. That would be the first and the simplest solution.' Mercedes boss Toto Wolff, however, says those changes wouldn't work. Horner insists: 'Of course there are...
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