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Steiner opposed to Q3 IndyCar rule

Haas team boss, Guenther Steiner admits to being no fan of the proposal to introduce an IndyCar style rule to F1 whereby drivers who crash in qualifying lose their times. The move follows the incident in Q3 in Monaco in which Charles Leclerc retained pole position even though he subsequently crashed-out meaning that his timer could not be beaten. While it is accepted that the crash was an accident, there is talk of F1 introducing the rule. 'Like everything when everything arises, the FIA, Formula 1 and the teams look at everything and consider it on its merits,' said Michael Masi in Monaco. 'I know the IndyCar rule, which is also a rule in a number of other FIA international series and...
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