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FIA set to introduce unusual device in Formula 1

Despite having previously been rejected by Formula 1 teams, the FIA are set to introduce a driver cooling device, following what was in many ways a disastrous Qatar Grand Prix. F1's return to the Lusail International Circuit was a brutal affair, with the immense heat having had a greater effect due to each set of tyres only being allowed to be used for a certain number of laps. This was introduced due to an issue discovered by Pirelli, who believed that their rubber had to be changed constantly to remain intact. It meant the drivers could push harder, given that the tyres weren't being used for as long as normal, making every lap almost like a quali lap. Want to work in Formula 1? Browse...
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