I'm not sure bringing it up now/in Jeddah helps either, to be honest. If Mercedes' wing passes the current test then there's no time remaining to go through the process of getting new tests implemented provided they give an equal timeframe with earlier in the season, which they are compelled to in the interests of fairness. They can't rule differently or dish out a punishment when there was none for flexing wings earlier in the season.Just_a_fan wrote: ↑Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:47 amThat's the thing - if it passes the test then they can race it. That's the argument that Red Bull themselves used with their own wing - "it passes the test". If Red Bull think they have evidence of wrong doing, bringing it up after the event won't help them - the FIA won't design a new test after the final race and apply it retrospectively.OO7 wrote: ↑Thu Nov 25, 2021 10:25 amThat's still legal though right. I don't know what the tech regs/TDs say about he fiducial markers on the rear wing however.
Maybe Red Bull are going to drop the bomb if Hamilton wins in Jeddha. Making Mercedes change the car for the last race would be one way of throwing them a curve ball.
Even if something is awry, which still there is zero actual proof or evidence of.