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'10mm ride height' increase for teams who can't curb porpoising

Any team unable to run their car in what the FIA considers a 'safe set-up' will have to raise the car's ride height by '10mm' reports Auto Motor und Sport. The FIA announced a new technical directive ahead of the Canadian Grand Prix weekend, one that is designed to minimise porpoising. Motorsport's governing body announced a two-step plan to protect the ‘immediate physical impact on the health of the drivers, a number of whom have reported back pain following recent events'. The first step is ‘closer scrutiny of the planks and skids, both in terms of their design and the observed wear' while the second will see a ‘metric, based on the car’s vertical acceleration, that...
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