Joe Bauer of the FIA denied the assertions that Ferrari's vehicle was illegal with a certain language.
The Spanish Marca newspaper, SF71H, wrote in the bends in China that it had a "different sake" and that it took the attention of the FIA technical department.
Correspondent Marco Canseco, "The FIA has some suspicions that Ferrari is feeding the rear wing with exhaust gases through different engine modes." he said.
It was also claimed that Sebastian Vettel had a third pedal behind the steering wheel, and that this pedal was part of the system related to the exhaust gas.
As these allegations continued to circulate in the Baku paddle, Vettel asked the question about the mysterious pedal "I have not seen him!" he smiled at me.
But according to Auto Bild, this pedal is a second way of moving the clutch, and only in the case of Vettel, which has suffered from this issue from time to time last year.
In response to the question of whether Ferrari's vehicle is legitimate in Baku, FIA's technical delegate Jo Bauer concluded that "Ferrari's vehicle is 100% legal".