George Russell: Current F1 regulations a recipe for disaster

Mercedes driver George Russell accepts it is inevitable until the qualities of the most recent age of Formula One vehicles bring about a significant mishap

F1 acquainted new guidelines this year with assistance vehicles observe each other all the more intently and further develop the dashing display

To amplify execution from the new arrangement of guidelines, groups run their vehicles near the ground with solid suspension to work on the productivity of the underfloor optimal design

This significantly affects the ride of the vehicles, and now and again has brought about a streamlined peculiarity known as porpoising

in which the vehicle skips on its suspension as the wind stream under the vehicle quickly slows down and afterward recovers downforce

The porpoising, otherwise called bobbing, can be set off by running the vehicle excessively low to the ground

yet additionally by a rough track surface like the one in the city of Baku at this end of the week's Azerbaijan Grand Prix

It has been a reason to worry among a few drivers starting from the beginning of the time and Russell accepts it can possibly be risky

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