Sebastian Vettel has said the team is not concerned about potential protests from their paddock rivals over the modified rear wing fitted for the Hungarian Grand Prix.
Aston Martin unveiled the new wing in Budapest which looked radically different to any other on the grid and closer resembled a 2021 car than it did this year’s iteration.
The wing was used in both of the opening two practice sessions and while the Aston Martin drivers were not suddenly top of the leaderboard, they were reportedly running aero tests and are said to be very happy with the results.
The FIA is reported as to have been okay with the new design but some of the other teams may take issue with it and argue it does not follow the intended 2022 regulation change.
Vettel was asked if he and Aston Martin were concerned about potential protests from other teams to which he replied with a simple “no” and a smile.
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