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Hamilton radio leads Marko to demand rule change: It makes it easier for him

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Red Bull adviser Helmut Marko has proposed a Formula 1 rule change that would limit discussions between teams and drivers during races. The 79-year-old says he is against drivers receiving technical support from their engineers whilst behind the wheel. He has also proposed that communications from engineers to drivers be banned entirely, converting the radio into a one-way channel where only the driver can speak. His proposal comes despite Max Verstappen and engineer Gianpiero Lambiase often being hailed by the team as a dream driver and engineer partnership. There have been similar rules applied in the past, during the early...
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