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Unfair to change rules for one team, says Horner

Red Bull boss, Christian Horner describes the FIA's new technical directive 'unfair', insisting that it is wrong to change the rules mid-season to effectively benefit one team. The Briton was speaking as seven-time world champion labelled his opening day of practice a 'disaster', effectively writing-off this season and even casting doubt on next year also. Thursday's announcement by the FIA that it is to introduce a metric aimed at minimising porpoising is effectively all about safety following the scenes in Baku a week ago, most notably Hamilton's difficulty in getting out of his car after taking a pounding for over ninety minutes. Mid-season rule changes are only allowed on safety...
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