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FIA plans further regulation tweaks for 2015

At today's WMSC meeting at Geneva, Switzerland, along with amendments to the 2014 regulations, a number of intentions were agreed beyond the coming Formula One season, including yet another tweak to the nose cone design regulations. Even though the proposals are still subject to agreement of the F1 Commission, the most notable change includes the possibility for teams to take a supplier for suspension elements and brake ducts. The current regulations require each competing constructor to manufacture and design these elements by themselves. Only drivetrain elements can currently be bought from other suppliers. The move comes as a first step to maintain constructor interest in Formula One at...
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