F1 » FIA: Reactive ride height control not legal


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What I don't understand is why if the FIA agrees when asked by a team that something is legal as reported in CRASH last week: "the devise (sic.), is approved by the FIA, the sports governing body" Then surely they should allow at least 6 months use by that team. as it cannot be the teams fault but the FIA's fault. As I read the original article Lotus were clear but Ferrari were waiting confirmation of their system.



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