Singapore Grand Prix: FIA Introduces New Measures to Prevent Flexi-Wing Tricks
The FIA is implementing new measures for the upcoming Singapore Grand Prix in order to curb teams from utilizing flexi-wing tricks. While the exact impact of these changes on each individual team remains uncertain, leading figures have downplayed the likelihood of a significant upheaval in the standings.
Aston Martin Under Scrutiny
Amidst speculation that Aston Martin may have already faced repercussions earlier in the season due to alleged non-compliance with regulations regarding flexi-wings, the team’s standing has come under scrutiny once again. These new measures are seen as a direct response to such practices and aim to level the playing field.
Red Bull’s Perspective
Mercedes team principal, Toto Wolff, expressed his hope that the enforcement of stricter regulations surrounding flexi-wings would slow down Red Bull’s impressive performance. While it remains to be seen how these changes will affect each team, the championship challengers will undoubtedly face increased scrutiny at the Singapore Grand Prix.
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