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Broadcasting FIA radio channel has made teams think twice – Masi

Formula 1 team's are thinking twice about what they say to the FIA over team radio following the move to broadcast certain messages, according to race director Michael Masi. F1 began broadcasting team to FIA radio transmissions through the world feed earlier this year, which has given fans an additional insight into what happens during […]
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