F1 » Stepped noses banned from 2014


The FIA announces a ban on stepped noses amongst its technical regulations changes for 2014

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KevinW

June 28, 2013 5:46 PM

Another Newy neutralizing FIA move. The high nose design will now be compromised. If the FIA works just a bit harder, it can crush innovation completely out of the sport! Rock on old dudes in conference rooms, it is going to be fun to see just how far you can push before F1 finally collapses under the weight of silliness and stupidity. 2014 has all the earmarks of a tipping point into oblivion...

KevinW

June 28, 2013 5:46 PM

Another Newey neutralizing FIA move. The high nose design will now be compromised. If the FIA works just a bit harder, it can crush innovation completely out of the sport! Rock on old dudes in conference rooms, it is going to be fun to see just how far you can push before F1 finally collapses under the weight of silliness and stupidity. 2014 has all the earmarks of a tipping point into oblivion...

richard

June 28, 2013 7:50 PM

another item that will not be allowed in 2014,is the coanda exhaust. technically these should not have been allowed this year under existing rules, but these exhaust rules have now been rewritten. however, expect some team to find a new angle!

CommodoreS

June 29, 2013 4:11 AM

Robs right.

Freedom of intiative is being slowly eroded from the series.
For the Pinnacle of World Motorsport it does not set a good example.
F1 as a category should be seen as the "Best of the Rest" and not collared by specific platforms.
F1 was built on freedom of intitiative and to be the ultimate on a Global Basis

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