Formula 1: FIA to set bouncing limit from French Grand Prix

Formula 1’s governing body has acted to limit the amount cars can “bounce” on safety grounds. The FIA has determined a metric that defines the maximum amount of bouncing a car will be allowed to do. It will come into force at the French Grand Prix on 22-24 July to give teams sufficient chance to adjust their cars. The FIA measured the behaviour of all cars at the Canadian Grand Prix two weeks ago. In a statement on Thursday before the British Grand Prix, the FIA said: “The FIA’s analysis of vertical oscillation data has concluded, and we have defined a metric by which to monitor this.

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