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FIA gives details of how standing restarts will work

The FIA has confirmed details of how races will be restarted in 2015 following on from a safety car period, after it was confirmed during a World Motor Sport Council meeting that F1 will adopt standing restarts. Once a safety car has been called out, the process will remain largely unchanged. The cars will circulate the track whilst the incident is cleared, before lapped cars are allowed to pass and unlap themselves. Once that has been completed however, the safety car will be called in by the race director and the followings cars will proceed for another lap, with the leader setting the pace. They will proceed to line up on the grid with the five start lights on red. Once all the remaining...
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