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Ecclestone promises no standing restarts in 2015

Bernie Ecclestone has promised to scrap standing restarts following safety car periods for the 2015 season after a barrage of public pressure. The new regulation has already been approved by the World Motor Sport Council, so it isn't clear how Ecclestone plans to have it scrapped as such a change would require a unanimous vote. But the 83-year-old though is adamant, that after an action-packed Hungarian Grand Prix, that no major changes are required to 'spice up the show'. "There will be no standing start after a safety car phase," he promised. "What we have seen in Budapest, was good enough. "We just need some fine tuning. All the stupid and unnecessary rules that have...
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