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Formula 1 to change re-start rules

Formula 1 is to introduce standing re-starts following a safety-car period from next season. The move, intended to make place changes more likely at a re-start, is one of a series of rule changes introduced by governing body the FIA. Among them, the rules on noses will be changed to prevent the 'anteater' noses that predominate this season. Driver reaction to the re-start change was mixed when news of the plan leaked at last weekend's Austrian Grand Prix. Ferrari's Fernando Alonso said he had no strong opinions, while championship leader Nico Rosberg said it was 'extreme'. The Mercedes driver added: 'I understand the start is one of the most exciting times for the fans but it sounds very...
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