Why Brawn expects teams to resist F1’s “very prescriptive” plans to limit development in 2021 | F1 technology

But F1’s managing director of motorsport Ross Brawn admits the plans are “very prescriptive” and expects “push back” from the teams over the wide-ranging new limits on development.
“We have a simplified fuel system with certain internal components which have to be a lot simpler than what current cars have,” Nikolas Tombazis explained.
“We are banning the hydraulic suspensions that some teams have and we are limiting the components of the suspension to certain, simpler mechanical components,” said Nikolas Tombazis.
“We’re looking to reduce certain electronics on the car and certain driver aids,” said Nikolas Tombazis.
Nikolas Tombazis: “We want to [and] are discussing to reduce car-to-pit telemetry.”

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