F1 » STOP PRESS: Teams agree to reverse diffuser rules


Bernie Ecclestone has confirmed that all twelve F1 teams have now agreed to return to pre-Silverstone diffuser rules.

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Kent - Unregistered

July 10, 2011 12:55 PM

I guess one might conclude that this shows that changing the rules in mid-season was a stupid idea... The FIA should follow its own rules about only making mid-season rule changes for safety reasons. Sounds like maybe some degree of sanity is prevailing.

scarface

July 10, 2011 2:38 PM

You have GOT to be joking. I sincerely hope this is the last time we hear about the blown diffuser rule until the end of the year.
The rules should be frozen from P1 of the first race until the chequered flag of the last race, safety considerations aside. Teams have a right to know what rules they can design their car with

MattF1

July 10, 2011 3:53 PM

So, we'll go back to another yawn fest in quali with the RB's 7 tenths to a second ahead of the second quickest team.

Just as we had a bit of a shake up, now we'll go back to the boredom of Vettel winning every race.

They should have kept these rules, it provided a more even playing field.

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