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FIA to address nose design for 2015

Charlie Whiting has promised that the FIA will revisit the current regulations and address 2014′s ugly nose designs for next season. The rule change to lower the tip of the nose was brought in this season to avoid cars launching over the top of one another and to improve driver safety in the event of a side impact. However, the expected outcome from the FIA has failed to be met, particularly with the likes of Toro Rosso, Caterham and Force India going for an ‘anteater' style design, and Lotus choosing a double-tusk for its E22. Some of the regulation interpretations have prompted questions about their safety despite passing crash tests. The sport's governing body is satisfied...
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