The World Motor Sport Council convened in Munich and ratified a number of rule changes for the 2015 Formula One World Championship Season.
The introduction of standing starts after a safety car period, the reduction in the number of power units, and the reduction in in-season testing are amongst the decisions made by the council, which looked at both the Sporting and Technical regulations.
The use of a standing start after a safety car period is one of the bigger chances in Formula 1 starting from next year. Once the lapped drivers have been allowed to join the back of the pack, the cars will line-up in race order on the grid and restart like it would at the beginning of the race.
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