Ross Brawn admits F1 didn’t expect Mercedes’ ‘very extreme’ sidepod design on their new W13 car as he warns of protests from rival teams – with title rivals Red Bull already denying that boss Christian Horner branded the car ‘not legal’

Ross Brawn has admitted that Mercedes have used a ‘very extreme interpretation’ of Formula One’s new regulations in the design of the controversial new W13. Brawn told Sky Sports: ‘There’s no doubt the Mercedes concept we didn’t anticipate. I think this is the great thing about the innovation in Formula One. ‘But I think, as it’s understood more, and the FIA really as the regulators will know everything that’s going on there. ‘We don’t as Formula One because we’re not entitled to have that information, but the regulators will know everything that’s going on. Red Bull then made a statement saying: ‘Christian Horner has not given any interviews regarding Mercedes’ car.

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