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World Motor Sport Council approve F1 changes for 2015

  27th June, 2014 (F1 Plus / Rosie Baillie) - Last night the World Motor Sport Council approved a number of rule changes to the Formula One sporting and technical regulations for the 2015 season onwards.   Perhaps the biggest change to the sport is that cars will have a standing re-start after a safety car period, which has attracted negative comments from both drivers and fans. ...
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