Should Repairs Be Banned on Formula 1 Cars During Red Flags? | MotorBiscuit

Along with the changes to the 2022 F1 cars, regulation and budget changes are also happening. The design team behind the new cars noted that close-contact racing impacted the tighter chassis design. With the implication that the 2022 F1 cars will lead to more red flags, should Formula 1 teams be able to fix the vehicles during these breaks?

Should teams be able to fix Formula 1 cars on break?

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RaceFans raised an interesting point last week. Should Formula 1 ban teams from being able to fix the cars when a red flag is out? Depending on which teams were involved in the accident, fixing the vehicle seems like quite an advantage. At the British Grand Prix, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen had an altercation on track. Verstappen went careening into the barriers, but Hamilton was able to drive off. During the red flag event, the Mercedes-AMG Petronas team was able to put the car back together. Hamilton won the race and gained 25 points for his win.

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