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Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren concerned about Mercedes cheating after new upgrade unveiled

Ferrari, Red Bull and McLaren are all said to be bemused as to how Mercedes happened to have an extra floor stay ready, despite the new directive only being announced on Thursday. In a bid to look out for drivers’ long-term health and limit the risk of injury due to “porpoising” and bouncing, the FIA have introduced a metric this weekend that measures the oscillation of the cars. The more the cars, under the new technical regulations, bounce off the track surface, the more risk there is of injury, so there will be a limit as to how much the cars are allowed to bounce. READ: ‘It’s kind of a draw now’: Marko on Red Bull and Ferrari’s reliability issues A failure to stay within...
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