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Post-race donuts allowed under 2014 rules

The FIA has amended the 2014 Sporting Regulations, making it legal for drivers to celebrate a victory in any way they wish, as long as it meets certain criteria. The change was made after Sebastian Vettel ignored a regulation which bans donuts on numerous occasions throughout the 2013 season. Red Bull were fined £21,000 (€25,000, $35,000) on behalf of Vettel who also received a reprimand for failing to return to perc ferme when he stopped his car on the start/finish straight. Such an act will now be allowed under an amendment to the rules. Whilst Article 43.3 still permits all drivers to head directly to parc ferme immediately, an exception to the rule has been added for the race...
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