Porpoising, here’s how the cars will be monitored with the new FIA regulations [VIDEO]

During the live broadcast of the first free practice session valid for the Canadian GP, ​​the ninth round of the 2022 F1 world championship, Matteo Bobbi analyzed the method with which the International Federation will verify the parameters imposed by the new anti-porpoising legislation, revealing how the the reference will be the ADR sensors positioned inside the cockpit. These will record the peak and frequency data of the “rebound” and will release an “x” value that must never be higher than that imposed by the FIA.

Otherwise, the teams will have to work so that the value falls below the maximum threshold. In Canada, remember, the Federation will not apply sanctions, but each team will have to try to align itself with this new directive from the Austrian Grand Prix scheduled in two weeks, barring sensational twists. Appointment tonight, precisely at 19.00 on Sky Sport F1 HD, for the live third free practice from Montreal.

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