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More porpoising risks driver ‘brain damage' – Wolff

Aug.1 Formula 1 teams are opening the door to drivers sustaining 'brain damage' if they try to block the FIA's proposed anti-porpoising rules for 2023. At least six teams, led by Ferrari and Red Bull, are opposing the proposed changes – while Mercedes boss Toto Wolff leads the call for the rules on the grounds of safety. 'The last discussions and proposals for the changing of the floor has, in my opinion, nothing to do with safety,' Alpha Tauri boss Franz Tost said in Hungary. 'It's just politics.' Indeed, Red Bull's Christian Horner has also accused Wolff of 'lobbying' the FIA for changes on the grounds of safety that would benefit Mercedes in terms of performance. Wolff rejects...
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