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FIA forces F1 teams to ditch garage screens during testing

From next season, F1 teams will no longer be allowed to hide their cars from rivals or media's prying eyes during testing following an FIA directive. Free visual access to teams' garage has been the case on Grand Prix weekends, but the FIA's World Motor Sport Council has now extended the provision to testing. Teams often resorted to screens to conceal their cars in testing, especially in pre-season testing when new designs are unveiled. But earlier this week, the FIA approved "Wording to prevent teams from covering their cars during winter testing, in order to make these events more appealing to the media and fans." Brawn: Abu Dhabi GP shows why F1 rules need overhaul Other...
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