George Russell says current F1 technical rules are “recipe for disaster”

The porpoise was a hot topic with Mercedes drivers talking about the rebound they suffered, but it seemed to be even worse in Baku.

George Russell went so far as to say that it is “only a matter of time before we witness a major accident”.

“Many of us can barely keep the car in a straight line on these bumps and we are making the last two corners at 300km / h. [in Baku] and we’re hitting rock bottom and you can visibly see on the asphalt how close the cars are to the ground, “said rising star Mercedes.” It’s not just necessary with the technology we have in today’s environment, it just seems superfluous that we’re driving a Formula 1 car over 200 millimeters above the ground and is a recipe for disaster.

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