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Alpine boss uses gas analogy to describe Binotto and Wolff's heated exchange in FIA meeting

Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer used an amusing gas analogy to describe his role in the meeting the team principals held with the FIA in Canada. A row started when the FIA introduced a technical directive (TD) setting a metric for oscillating movement amid the “porpoising” and bouncing caused by the new technical regulations. Ground effect aerodynamics were brought back this season, meaning that aerodynamic design across the board had to be reimagined by engineers and, as expected in a new regulatory era, some teams got it spot on while others did not. READ: Binotto admits he’s ‘concerned’ by FIA’s appointment of former Wolff advisor Surprisingly, Mercedes were one of...
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