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Ferrari change stance on new rule after accusing FIA of helping Mercedes

Ferrari race director, Laurent Mekies, has said that the Scuderia support the technical directive (TD) that was introduced at Spa. When ground effect aerodynamics returned at the start of this season, the teams noticed that there was an increased level of contact between the floor and the track surface. The aerodynamic concept was essentially flipped upside down, necessitating a re-think of the chassis design, and some teams were always going to judge the evolution better than others. Mercedes, having had the quickest car for the previous eight years, conceptualised a car that, in the right conditions, works fairly well, but on bumpy circuits and adverse conditions, is erratic at best....
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