Mercedes - "Desperate panic" to prove why DAS is illegal
Mercedes chief designer John Owen believes there is "a desperate panic" in Formula 1 to prove why his team's innovative DAS device should be outlawed.
Mercedes unveiled its dual-axis steering system during pre-season testing in Barcelona, and it likely would have been raced in the originally planned season-opening grand prix in Australia prior to the event being cancelled.
It is understood that when Mercedes do eventually end up in a race situation with DAS in the car, Red Bull will likely launch a protest against its legality.
In questo periodo di quarantena e di astinenza da Formula 1 guardavo il giro pole di Hamilton in Ungheria nel 2018. Chiedo al nostro sherlok holmes @matteobobbi . È solo una illusione ottica dovuta alle gocce o tira il volante a se come con il DAS? #skymotoripic.twitter.com/t9wBX6m7Yl
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