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Wolff cites brain damage fears from bouncing

Seeking the implementation of the regulation aimed at eliminating bouncing from next season, Toto Wolff has warned of the risk of brain damage to drivers as a result of the phenomenon. As the majority of the teams continue to oppose the recently announced change to the 2023 regulations, which would see floor edges raised by 25mm, along with the raising of the underfloor diffuser throat, the FIA is looking to push the change through on safety grounds. Those teams opposing the move cite a number of reasons including the lateness of the change - many of them having already started work on their 2023 cars - the costs involved and also the feeling that the move is being made to benefit just one...
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