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Leclerc chooses side of irritated Verstappen over Sainz and Russell

Article To news overview © Red Bull Content Pool / Getty Images Charles Leclerc has sided with title rival Max Verstappen in the continued debate over porpoising. The FIA opted to intervene ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix, having announced the introduction of a technical directive with the aim of reducing or eliminating the issue. However, if it were up to Charles Leclerc, the FIA would not be introducing any new rules regarding this unique phenomenon to help stop the bouncing. The Monegasque driver, like Verstappen, thinks that it is not right to introduce new regulations in the middle of a season, just because certain teams are being hit harder by the problem than others. Viewed by...
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