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The 2020 spat forcing F1 to break its own rules

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The 2020 spat forcing F1 to break its own rules
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Sep 11, 2019, 12:51 PM

A major component of the 2020 F1 rules package should've been agreed at the start of this month. But on the day of what should be the final sign-off test, teams will still be debating what they even want to request

As the debate over the 2021 Formula 1 regulations drags on towards the October 31 deadline, a much more pressing matter remains unresolved.

Right now, deep into a season where many feel the competitive balance has been skewed by a change of tyre specification, no one knows exactly what Pirelli will be supplying in 2020 - a season now just months away, and for which car designs are increasingly advanced.

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Author Adam Cooper