F1 » Newey: Rule change led to slow start


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sunny. not sure if you are referring to me when you mention a biased supporter. rob seems to think that you are! but unless the rules specifically ban something, i am all for any innovation that is legal. the list of bending the rules is endless. mercs ddrs, the drd, the f duct, etc etc. and remember maccas fiddle brake? they used it and their results stood, even though it was subsequently banned as traction control. as regards traction control...should we ban drivers as they have the ultimate traction control? their right foot! rob. newey does not look at banned areas. he looks at areas where there is NO restriction, and works out if he can use it to his advantage. in fact, ANY designer worth his salt, would do likewise. if they dont, they should be fired. your favourite ddd was a prime example. no rule banning it, so it was used. but fia did not ban it until the end of the year. why not? it suited them to have a different car winning.



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