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Volume 6 No. 214
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F1 Introduces New Engine Setting Rules After Findings During The German Grand Prix

F1 bosses introduced a rule change to "outlaw controversial engine settings" on the Red Bull, according to Andrew Benson of the BBC. The issue, which arose at the German Grand Prix, surrounds "settings that ran counter to the intention of the rules, improving cornering performance." Red Bull was cleared by race stewards because they said that "the settings did not break the rules as they were written." The new ruling limits how much teams can change specific settings and applies from the Hungarian Grand Prix (BBC, 7/25)