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Wolff: Porpoising can lead to brain damage

Mercedes boss Toto Wolff revealed that medical studies done by the FIA show that frequencies Formula 1 drivers endure from 'porpoising' can lead to brain damage. The latest statement from the Mercedes boss came over the course of the 2022 Hungarian Grand Prix, the last race before the summer break. F1 will be back in action after the break at Spa for the 2022 Begian Grand Prix, where the FIA will be putting their technical directive, TD039 is scheduled to be in full force as the governing body looks to clamp down on the bouncing on safety grounds. This matter has been the subject of great debate in F1, especially as there are talks of Mercedes lobbying for a change in regulations for 2023,...
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