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Mercedes rule change ‘like asking a turkey to vote for Christmas'

The Mercedes F1 Team are doing all they can for porpoising to be eliminated from Formula 1, even going to the lengths of asking the FIA to change the current regulation rules. The W13's bouncing was the worst it's been so far this season in Azerbaijan, to the point where Sir Lewis Hamilton struggled to climb out of his car post race. George Russell spoke out over the matter, deeming it as 'unhealthy'; that a huge crash caused by porpoising would happen in just a 'matter of time'. Mercedes can easily rectify the problem, however, it would come at a cost. The German team could raise the W13's ride height, reducing the bouncing in the process. This would severely impact the team's performance...
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