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FIA allow mirrors to be mounted on Halo

The FIA has announced that teams can mount their mirrors to the Halo cockpit safety device as long as it complies to the regulations. The current rear wings in place has led to some driver stating it has become more difficult to see our from the mirrors, while the likes of Ferrari have hollowed out their mirrors in a bid to find some aerodynamic gains. More exploration of the aerodynamic gains may become widespread now that the FIA have allowed teams to mount their mirrors from the Halo. Something that is strictly forbidden, though, is that the mirrors cannot be fixed to both Halo or chassis. It has to be one or the other. FIA technical boss Nikolas Tombazis said in a statement to...
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