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Horner not happy with FIA intervention and calls measures 'dangerous'

After persistent complaints from Formula One drivers about the physical consequences of porpoising, which Mercedes in particular has suffered badly this season, the FIA decided to intervene. Red Bull Racing team principal Christian Horner is not happy with the decision and even calls it 'dangerous'. Article continues under ad From the French Grand Prix onwards, the governing body will dictate to what extent porpoising is still allowed, otherwise teams will be forced to adjust the ride height. If that is not sufficient, a disqualification may follow. Horner is unhappy with the FIA's intervention and calls the measures 'dangerous' as they give the FIA the power to influence the set-up of F1...
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