Daniel Ricciardo backs up George Russell as duo call upon FIA to make F1 rule changes

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DANIEL RICCIARDO warns McLaren are the most recent workforce to battle with bouncing points as drivers begin to communicate out.

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Daniel Ricciardo has agreed with George Russell over F1’s bouncing points, suggesting it isn’t good for the ‘well being and wellbeing’ of the drivers. Ricciardo regarded visibly shaken after the race and even in contrast the bouncing in his automotive to a basketball after securing seventh.

It comes after some drivers have brazenly known as for the FIA to make modifications to the principles in a bid to cut back the influence. And the Australian insisted the scenario is “not sustainable”.

Ricciardo mentioned: “I do know George has been vocal about it, it’s not sustainable and I genuinely really feel rattled. I do not know, it isn’t good, it is undoubtedly not good.

“Hopefully we are able to determine it out. Once I say not good I imply only for actually our common well being and wellbeing.

“It isn’t regular the high-frequency load we get… I do know watching the onboards it appears to be like dangerous, particularly the Mercedes typically.

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Daniel Ricciardo backs up George Russell as duo call upon FIA to make F1 rule changes

Daniel Ricciardo has backed up George Russell as they each touch upon bouncing points (Picture: Sky Sports activities F1)

“I now really feel what they really feel, I consider as a result of it undoubtedly felt dangerous.” Forward of the race, Russell had warned it was solely a matter of time earlier than there was a ‘main incident’ as a result of points.

He mentioned: “It’s a recipe for catastrophe. So I don’t actually know what the long run holds. However I don’t assume we are able to maintain this for 3 years or nonetheless lengthy these laws are enforced for.” Russell additionally claimed the bouncing ‘wasn’t nice’ after the race, admitting the tough Baku observe had meant the problems have been worse than many locations this season.

The previous Williams man was additionally requested on whether or not he felt it could possibly be security in numbers if extra drivers got here ahead.

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Daniel Ricciardo backs up George Russell as duo call upon FIA to make F1 rule changes

Daniel Ricciardo has warned bouncing isn’t good for ‘well being and wellbeing’ (Picture: Getty)

He defined: “Yeah. Nobody is saying this to attempt to get any benefit. You have bought the Ferrari drivers and even Max [Verstappen] was saying how robust it’s. You’ve both bought porpoising and the automotive’s hitting the bottom, or in case you have no porpoising you are in a position to run the automotive one cm from the bottom and also you’re smashing the bumps.

“So whichever method you’ve got bought it it isn’t nice for anybody. One thing will occur there isn’t any doubt about it.” Lewis Hamilton admitted he was ‘biting down’ on his enamel as a result of ache of racing.

The seven-time champion admitted he was ‘praying’ for the race to be over and regarded stiff as he exited the automotive after the chequered flag. Mercedes boss Toto Wolff known as on the FIA to make modifications on security grounds forward of the race.

He mentioned: “I believe that a lot of the drivers have now come to the conclusion that it’s actually dangerous. The laws will observe for a few years. It’s the second now to say that may be a actual situation and what can we do to carry all people up.”


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