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Horner: Is it right to change everything for that one team?

Christian Horner slammed the FIA's move to reduce 'porpoising' with a new technical directive, questioning if it was fair to change everything for one team. Formula 1‘s governing body should make sure Mercedes have a safer car rather than changing the rules for everyone, Red Bull boss Christian Horner suggested on Friday. Horner told Reuters at the Canadian Grand Prix that soaring inflation and energy costs were a more pressing problem than ‘porpoising', the bouncing phenomenon suffered in its most extreme by Mercedes. He said an FIA technical directive sent to the teams on Thursday and setting out measures to be taken on safety grounds would be hard to police, and questioned...
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