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Ferrari boss questions legality of FIA rule change after Hamilton's porpoising concerns

Ferrari team principal Mattia Binotto was left with questions after the Canadian Grand Prix as to the technical directive (TD) that was introduced by the FIA. The governing body acted on the feedback from Mercedes pair of George Russell and Sir Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix, when both suffered from a dangerous amount of bottoming. McLaren have generally not experienced the problem of either “porpoising” or bouncing this year, but even Daniel Ricciardo noted after the race that he was “rattled” by the oscillation. READ: Leclerc enjoyed ‘fun’ end to Canada GP after DRS train frustration The FIA therefore brought in a metric that will determine how much bouncing is...
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