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WMSC approves standing restarts and further cost cutting

Formula One will adopt standing restarts as of the 2015 season, today's World Motorsport Council has agreed in Munich. Along with improvements for the show, further regulation changes were approved to reduce costs for teams in the near future. The standing restarts, as reported earlier, as designed to increase overtaking opportunities in case of a safety car. Standing starts will not be carried out if the Safety Car is used within two laps of the start (or restart) of a race or if there are less than five laps of the race remaining. With a budget cap still not agreed and possibly off the table at the moment, the WMSC ratified other proposals to limit the spending in F1. This means that as...
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