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Ferrari want re-evaluation of new regs for 2023

Ferrari racing director Laurent Mekies hopes to see the new regulations reviewed in 2023, to assess if teams can 'make a difference' in terms of car design. The new technical rules have been designed in a stricter way, which limits the amount of leeway teams have to experiment with the cars they create. Ross Brawn said these regulations initially led to some 'moans and groans' from the teams, until they realised that there is still scope to innovate and Formula 1 will remain a meritocracy, in that who designs the fastest car should still win. But Mekies thinks the new framework will need checking after its first season running in Formula 1, to ensure it is working correctly and allowing...
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