George Russell calls on F1 chiefs to find a ‘scientific solution’ over the porpoising issue in this year’s cars fearing it could lead to dementia risks after comparing the violent bouncing action to footballers heading the ball in the Sixties

George Russell has called on Formula One to find a ‘scientific solution’ to this year’s bouncing cars or risk subjecting drivers to dementia. Russell said: ‘When you are travelling at 200mph on the straight, and you are smashing up and down on the ground, you wouldn’t choose to have it that way. ‘Formula One is the centre of innovation and there is no reason why we cannot find a scientific solution for this.’. Hamilton, 68 points off Leclerc, was upbeat after stepping out of his car on Friday evening, and that has never been the case yet this season. Alpine’s double world champion Fernando Alonso said of the German: ‘You need to have some knowledge about racing before being a race director.

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