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Double DRS to be banned for 2013 F1 season



Not introduce Double DRS for 2013 F1, Autosport reveal that Formula One teams agree ban DDRS because next year change the rules its will outlaw the concept.

Mercedes GP early of this season introduce new innovative Double DRS concept, its layout that feeds air via a hole in the rear wing endplate, all the way through the car and out the front wing and this concept gives more pace in strait line when activates DRS wing.

Lotus is also adapting this concept at Chinese GP, and also they tested Double DRS in Practice at German Grand Prix. But Formula 1 governing body not agrees to use in race, stewards who were adamant that channeling air through a hole that is opened when DRS is activated was not against the regulations.

Lotus was early plan the innovative double DRS use to race in Belgium next month. After discussions at F1 rules think-tank, the Technical Working Group, sources have revealed that a majority of teams agreed for a change in regulations that will ensure they cannot incorporate double DRS into their cars for 2013.

But Mercedes did not agree the modify in rules, because it had made such a head start in the area, it could not stop the ban going through as it only needed a majority of teams to agree.

It is make out the modified to the rules will be made official by the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council later this year. Despite rivals claiming that double DRS was an expensive avenue of development, Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn was always adamant that it was cost-effective.

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