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Mercedes 'shocked' by FIA hint at rivals' flexi-floor advantage

Toto Wolff admitted last weekend that a recent Technical Advisory Committee meeting brought to light a shocking revelation about how certain teams may be exploiting the flexibility of their car's floor beyond the limits of the rules. The Technical Directive introduced by the FIA at the Canadian Grand Prix informed F1 teams of the governing body's efforts to eradicate the porpoising and bouncing issues impacting cars this year. The FIA has determined an Aerodynamic Oscillation Metric (AOM) that will be enforced from the French Grand Prix and which is intended to limit the frequency and amplitude of a car's vertical movement. However, the TD also addressed a secondary aspect linked to...
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