A third formula one team has expressed concern about the questionable legality of Ferrari's newly launched F1 car ahead of the forthcoming 2009 season.

A third formula one team has expressed concern about the questionable legality of Ferrari's newly launched F1 car ahead of the forthcoming 2009 season.

It has been reported that the F60 specification launched at Mugello, and currently testing at the same circuit near Florence, features exterior rear exhaust outlets that contravene the new technical regulations.

Mercedes' Norbert Haug and BMW's Walter Riedl have backed the report, and now the technical chief of a third team has announced his similar concern.

"The Ferrari has a few illegal features, like the exhaust pipe," Toyota's chassis technical boss Pascal Vasselon is quoted as saying by the BBC.

"We expect that to change as it is outside the regulations," the Frenchman confirmed.

 

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