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Teams reject forced pit-stop plan

id="story_continues_1" itemprop="description"> Formula 1 teams have rejected a proposal to force drivers to make at least two pit stops in each grand prix. The idea was put forward as a way of preventing a repeat of 2013's tyre problems amid uncertainty about car performance following rule changes. But the proposal received no support from the teams at Monday's meeting of F1's rules strategy group. An attempt to raise the minimum weight limit to prevent taller drivers being unfairly penalised was also rejected. Please turn on JavaScript. Media requires JavaScript to play. //
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