Previous rules shake-ups have let some teams to gain an advantage by pouncing on ambiguities – most famously with all the double diffuser concept that jolt championship winner Brawn GP, Toyota and Williams located in ’09.
Lowe believes it’s unlikely there will be a repeat of this scenario 10 years on.
“The teams are quite open and ready, at the least many of these, to place stuff on the table that’s then been heavily constrained,” Lowe told Motorsport.com.
“The regulations are very restrictive. I expect it’s true for everybody , but we’re fighting to locate a lot of performance out of the wings.
“I think generally the teams really are of a mindset which they want clarity, and never to really have plenty of disagreements once we turn upward in Australia over well-defined aspects of their regs.
“With that spirit, everybody has been quite excited to define things in more and more specific details so everybody is aware of what they are dealing with.”
Force India technical manager Andrew Green agreed that the scope for consequences looks limited in the final version of the guidelines.
“Hopefully that is a couple of regulations which everybody can utilize,” he told Motorsport.com.
“And there isn’t just a huge loophole. There might be kids in there, hopefully there isn’t such a thing massive which people can dive into.
“It simply goes to demonstrate how difficult will be to compose a set of regulations that are tied to a certain [aerodynamic] geometry. The tighter you create the regulation, the longer the regulation becomes.
“You just give people a box to work in, it’s a very simple regulation, but everybody comes with exceptionally complicated solutions.
“One of the reasons why it has shifted is to test eliminate those complicated solutions.
“therefore, it’s a very sophisticated set of regulations to really have an outcome of an incredibly simple pair of geometry.”