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Mercedes confident Ferrari and Red Bull will lose performance as FIA clamps down on ‘grey area'

Whilst the summer break is now in full flow, the championship looks set to take a new twist once the season resumes at the Belgian Grand Prix, as the new Technical Directive (TD) will finally be introduced. Whilst porpoising has featured less as of late, it's still a concern for some teams in the paddock, most notably the Mercedes F1 Team. The German side have been the most vocal team in support of the FIA clamping down on porpoising, having suffered from the bouncing dilemma the worst. Mercedes deem that porpoising is a health risk to drivers, having produced figures to prove that brain damage is possible for drivers who have experienced the uncomfortable issue. The TD was...
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