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Brawn 'not a fan' of mandatory pitstops

Departing Mercedes team principal Ross Brawn isn't a fan of the proposed idea to mandate the number of pitstops during a grand prix. The proposal will be debated at the next F1 Strategy Group meeting. If it is agreed, it will then go to the Formula 1 Commission and World Motor Sport Council for approval. If added to the 2014 regulations, each driver will have to make two pitstops during a race. They will not be allowed to complete more than 50 per cent of the race on the harder compound Pirelli tyre and 30 per cent on the softest compound. 'We could have regulations that say mandatory stops but as soon as you start messing about with the strategy from a management point of view… if...
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