F1’s 2020 regulations may be locked into place but changes will be made should the FIA learn any valuable lessons from Anthoine Hubert’s fatal crash. Last month Hubert died as a result of injuries suffered during a Formula 2 crash at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. The Frenchman had spun off the track, hitting the barriers before bouncing back into the path of Juan Manuel Correa. Correa collided with him at the top of Raidillon, resulting in traumatic injuries for both drivers. Sadly Hubert passed away while Correa remains in a coma with severe leg fractures. The FIA continues to investigate the crash and, should they learn any valuable lessons, those will be put into place next season revealed Racing Point technical director Andy Green. Under F1 regulations, changes can be made to the technical rules based on safety. “It’s being investigated now,” Green explained to Motorsport.com. “The teams have been asked to do some analysis work on their chassis design to understand where the current regulations sit in terms as chassis strength. I’m sure there will be more discussion at the next Technical Working Group to look at the next steps. “It was massive impact, that’s the bottom line. The energy… Read full this story
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