Red Bull boss Christian Horner vents his frustrations over ‘strange’ F1 rule change that was ‘probably not needed’ and forced teams to go ‘through quite a lot of expense’

Red Bull’s team principal Christian Horner has hit out about the cost associated with the latest regulation change for Formula 1’s 2023 season. However, Horner has questioned the necessity of this regulation change as he feels the issue was rectified by the end of the 2022 season. ‘It’s a little bit strange, because obviously there was a big push to get all of this changed, and the changes came through around Spa last year. But by the end of the year, there was very little porpoising.’. So we’ve gone through quite a lot of expense, for all the teams in a big regulation change that probably wasn’t needed.’.

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