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‘It’s against the regulation': Alpine boss warns Mercedes upgrade could be ‘protested'

Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer was not convinced by the FIA’s initial decision to allow Mercedes to run an extra stay on their car during the Canadian Grand Prix weekend. A new metric was brought in last weekend to determine how much oscillating movement the cars are producing over several health concerns were raised regarding “porpoising” and bouncing. The measurements will be used to determine a safe level of movement and, if a team exceeds that, they will be asked to raise the ride height of their car by a minimum of 10 millimetres. READ: ‘He’s one on the list for sure’: Williams boss comments on prospect of Piastri replacing Latifi In extreme scenarios, teams may...
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