Sebastian Vettel says that Red Bull floor design changes will not effect RB8 performance at Canadian Grand Prix and Vettel added that he don’t care about the floor design changes consequences.
Formula 1 governing body (FIA) banned RB8 design following the Monaco Grand Prix following criticism from opponent teams, despite Red Bull having its legality cleared previous in the season.
Defending world champion explained that even as the floor design has been listening carefully on by contender teams and the media in latest races, the team has made add through extra updates through the similar era.
“I don’t care. I don’t believe it has a big impact on what we do on the circuit,” Vettel told reporters in the Montreal paddock on Thursday. “I think it is more important to get the tyre pressures right.”
“It wasn’t just [the floor] that came,” he added. “It’s more that we tried a lot of things, some things worked, some things didn’t work. There’s much more behind it.
“I didn’t think there was anything wrong with the car we had at Monaco, or before that. Nevertheless I don’t think it will make a big difference.”
“It’s a shame it goes one way and the other, one way and the other. I think it’s really difficult to understand what is going on. But it is as it is now.”
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