At an effort to level the playing field between the drivers that were bigger and smaller, f 1 has changed the way.

By the beginning of this season could have to get ballast added in to the cockpit part of the car to bring him up to the level.

The change means that drivers may build up muscles and may no longer have to be strict with their diet plans — since it will no longer place them at a disadvantage against competitions.

Speaking about the effects of the changes Grosjean joked: “Yeah, I may have overdone it!

“I Have been 180cm and 69kg for just seven or six decades, and I believe now with the freedom I might have gotten to a extra!  Therefore I am heading straight back on dietary plan. This was fun.

“But, it’s fantastic.  It’s far better with respect to health insurance and.  It is possible to see that you’re getting better and stronger and etc, but you still cannot be a body builder.

“I have put quite a piece of muscles on. I need to sweat off a piece for the first race but we’re going to be alright. I believe the regulation is a good move in the right direction, and it’s far nicer to live that way. ”

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Grosjean’s team mate has also welcomed the fluctuations, even though he says he has never specially struggled to remain light.

“I’m none of those taller guys so I’ve never been in a circumstance where we’t heard other drivers have to fully starve themselves months since the team did a fresh floor which weighed a extra. I’ve ever been blessed in that respect. ”

Kevin Magnussen, Haas F1 Team