'21 rule changes “targeted” Mercedes, Wolff doesn't want the same for Red Bull

'21 rule changes “targeted” Mercedes, Wolff doesn't want the same for Red Bull
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'21 rule changes “targeted” Mercedes, Wolff doesn't want the same for Red Bull

The FIA made significant changes to the floor area for the 2021 season to reduce Mercedes’ advantage after their dominance in the previous season with the W11. The change put Mercedes and other low rake cars at a disadvantage, while Red Bull benefitted. In the end, Max Verstappen won his maiden F1 title at Lewis Hamilton’s expense. Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff acknowledged that they lost the championship due to various reasons, including the changes in regulations that were aimed at reducing their advantage. However, Wolff stated that he does not support changing the regulations to hinder Red Bull’s dominance, as long as they comply with the rules. He emphasized that sport should not be scripted and that entertainment should follow sport.

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Source: Crash.net

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