The battle to stop F1's revolution being watered down

The battle to stop F1's revolution being watered down

The teams trying to stop a delay to the 2021 Formula 1 rules sign-off feared it would lead to top outfits interfering in the process and making the revolution less revolutionary. The man behind the rules explains why he's going to ensure the opposite happens

Will the agreement to postpone the deadline for the 2021 Formula 1 rules package from June to October enable unhappy teams to push for a watering down of the planned technical regulations?

That's the fear expressed by those who are hoping to see a major reset and levelling of the playing field, and who are concerned that some competitors would prefer to see the status quo maintained.

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