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F1 in rare bow to public pressure

In a shock move, F1's powers that be appear to have bowed to public pressure after widespread criticism of changes to the way live timing information is now given to the public.Days before the start of the season opening Australian Grand Prix, the official F1 Live Timing App was given a surprisingly low-key launch.However, the reason for the softly, softly approach soon became apparent. Initially the app was only available for the Apple IOS (6 and above), and while an Android version did become available over the Melbourne weekend it was only usable with version 4 and above. Furthermore, it was only available in certain countries due to the (ahem) 'tax laws'.At the same time, and in a move...
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