From Monaco this weekend, the RB10 will be fitted with the standard FIA mountings on the outside of the nose structure.
Please, lets hope not.
While the thin noses may comply with the letter of the regulations, they pose a spear-like danger to rival cars in collisions.
Lotus is legal, according to Charlie Whiting.
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Many think the FIA has gone a step too far when it comes to pushing teams into producing 'ugly' cars.
Report also said the new Ferrari will have smaller sidepods.