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Whiting: New restart rule will not risk safety

Charlie Whiting believes the new standing start Safety Car restart procedure will not add any further risk for drivers next season. Formula 1 drivers have already aired their concerns over the fairness and the safety aspects of the new rule, which will see cars form up on the grid for a standing start after Safety Car periods. The adoption of the rule has sparked widespread criticism from both fans and drivers with the latter concerned the new format is unfair for race leaders, while posing added safety risks. However, in a press conference regarding the sport's new regulations, Whiting said the FIA will allay fears over the new rule and is confident it will not add any extra safety risk....
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