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Standing re-starts 'unfair'

Drivers have started reacting to the proposal that standing starts will follow Safety Car periods next season, with the consensus far from positive so far.The idea, which comes from F1's Strategy Group with the reasoning that standing starts offer more excitement for fans than the current rolling starts, is being ratified by the FIA prior to its addition to the 2015 Sporting Regulations.Questions have been raised, however, about how they might be implemented, with drivers at the Austrian GP also pondering both the fairness of such a move and how it might affect the quality of the racing.'I understand that the start is one of the most exciting times for the fans, but it sounds very extreme...
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