Motor racing-McLaren urge F1 to speed up 'bendy wing' clampdown

FILE PHOTO: Formula One F1 - Pre-Season Testing - Bahrain International Circuit, Sakhir, Bahrain - March 13, 2021 McLaren Team Principal Andreas Seidl arrives ahead of testing REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed

(Reuters) - McLaren have called on Formula One's governing body to speed up a clampdown on flexible rear wings because they say some rival teams are gaining an unacceptable advantage by bending the rules.

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) sent a technical directive to all 10 teams last week notifying them of new load deflection tests to be introduced from June 15.

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