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Newey calls for higher weight limit

Red Bull Chief Technical Officer Adrian Newey believes the Formula One rule-makers should increase the allowed weight limit by 10kgs to prevent taller drivers from being penalised. The weight limit for the 2015 season has already been raised to 700kg, a 10kg increase, but several teams have called for the change to be pushed forward by a year. For the 700kg limit to be allowed in 2014, the Formula One teams have to be in unanimous agreement and according to Autosport, one team has refused. "I think it should be changed," Newey told Autosport. "All teams bar one did vote for that weight limit to be increased and it has to be unanimous - but there was one team that objected to...
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