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Shark fins won’t make 2018 F1 return

Formula 1 cars will no longer feature the fin on the engine cover from next season after a final ruling was made this week. A change to regulations to retain a big engine fin was discussed at this month's F1 Strategy Group meeting. But despite extensive work had been put into the regulation, and teams planning their 2018 cars with that in mind, McLaren failed to back the proposal. It wanted a smaller version introduced instead and, as unanimous support was needed for a change, talks began on a compromise solution. But with time marching, a decision was made at this week's technical regulations meeting to remove it completely. "It's going to complicate matters slightly," said Force...
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