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Ferrari to argue against porpoising changes – VP

Jul.28 Ferrari is not ruling out a protest against the controversial anti-‘porpoising' clampdown in Formula 1. We reported last weekend that Red Bull and Ferrari are leading a coalition of six teams in total who are resisting the push for greater controls to prevent the aerodynamic phenomenon. They suspect that struggling Mercedes is behind the FIA's push. 'I think there's an awful lot of lobbying to change regulations significantly for next year so a certain team can run its car lower and benefit from that concept,' said Red Bull team boss Christian Horner. According to Piero Ferrari, the Maranello marque's vice president, Ferrari fully intends to 'assert our reasons' for opposing...
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