Cars too complex for F1 telemetry ban says Alonso
Honda F1 website
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MAY 3, 2018

Cars too complex for F1 telemetry ban says Alonso

Fernando Alonso has hit back at suggestions F1 should ban telemetry.

It has been suggested banning telemetry will move the sport closer to the purity of MotoGP, where riders are essentially alone to manage their own races.

But Alonso warned: "They first would have to make the cars simpler.

"That's not possible with the complex technology of today," he told Auto Motor und Sport.

(GMM)

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