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Drivers have their say on re-start rule

Nico Rosberg describes the re-start rule change as "extreme", Daniel Ricciardo feels it's "a bit too artificial" while Fernando Alonso isn't too bothered. From 2015 races that are affected by a Safety Car will have a standing re-start with the only exceptions within the first two laps and the last five. Several drivers have had their say on the matter and few appear to be unimpressed by the new rule. "I understand that the start is one of the most exciting times for the fans, but it sounds very extreme. It's going too far with things," Mercedes driver and Championship leader Nico Rosberg said. "I like pure racing the way it's been for the last 50 years. I...
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