F1 radio ban opens door to freak results – Wolff
As part of an effort by the sport to increase the importance of drivers, the FIA is imposing much tighter restrictions on what teams can tell drivers while they are out on track.
It has been done through a stricter enforcement of Article 20.1 of F1’s Sporting Regulations, which states that: “The driver must drive the car alone and unaided.”
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This article was originally published on motorsport.com.