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Standing race re-starts among 2015 changes

From next season, safety-car periods will be followed by a standing re-start from the grid. The move is one of a number of 2015 changes announced by Formula One racing’s governing body, the FIA, on Thursday.Other revisions to the F1 regulations include tighter restrictions on testing, with a ban on pre-season testing outside Europe, and changes to make the cars’ noses both safer and more attractive. The full statement from the FIA’s World Motor Sport Council:FIA FORMULA ONE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPChanges to the F1 Regulations for 2015 have been agreed by the WMSC.The last date at which the sporting and technical regulations can be changed without unanimous agreement has been...
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