chiefs refuse to delay introduction of new rules to make races more competitive after Lewis Hamilton’s dominance

FORMULA ONE chiefs will not delay the introduction of their new rulebook for another season – despite the ongoing pandemic. An F1 spokesperson said: “Any suggestion the 2022 regulations will be delayed is wrong and has not been discussed. “The new regulations are designed to improve competition on track and give our fans closer racing. Meanwhile, Aston Martin boss Otmar Szafnauer has backed Sebastian Vettel’s experience to help deliver success to the newly-rebranded team. Szafnauer says the German, who was axed by Ferrari, can also benefit his team-mate Lance Stroll. He added: “In Sebastian, we have a proven four-time world champion with experience of helping teams become race-winning and championship-contending outfits.

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