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F1 demo rules relaxed to allow current cars to be used

The FIA has relaxed rules surrounding Formula 1 demonstrations to allow the use of current cars, as the sport's new owners look to organise more F1 Live events, similar to July's London demo. The London event was the first under Liberty Media as it looks to engage new fans, but due to tight restrictions on 'testing' outside of a grand prix weekend, the most recent machinery was from 2015. It's hoped a change to the regulations, signed off on Thursday, will see more current cars in use from 2018 when Liberty Media hopes to host three or more live events. The current regulations contain tight restrictions on the testing of current cars (TCC), which are defined as...
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