No but Fia says its perfectly legal that they move with the steering wheel, cause its not 4 wheel steering but a "perfectly reasonable function of the steer axis"
Fia succeded in writing nothing clear about its agreement with ferrari so everyone can make its own speculation... ferrari foooled everyone with a very big engine power cut in tests ... so now everyone can say absolutely everything about their engine performance and nobody has a clear picture about where they are ( if close to redbull or near racing point - yeah i heard that too )
if you add that even the mercedes had failures and das can be legal or illegal depending on the year, we have a start of the season in wich nothing is clear and newspapers can formulate every fantasy and claim to have the final truth
it seems madness to me
the only sure thing is it will be gray the team to beat
the reds are a little behind or more on track ( i dont really care about out of track battles )
but so far, apart from the futile time comparison, some technical question has been answered.
ferrari improved on slow corners but still not enough. high rake works better there. and the car hided its potential everywhere else. the front wing seems to not work yet well cause they complain about drag and understeer ( that is probably i guess more linked to fwing outwash concept and so the difference)
the real interesting comparison is between rb and ferrari. with somewhat similar rear concept but totally different front approach ( the rb seems the winning one for now ).... will ferrari change its fw concept? is it even possible ? i dont know
feell free to criticize what i understood so far