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McLaren welcome delay to revised pit stop rules

Article To news overview © McLaren McLaren team principal Andreas Seidl supports the watered down changes to Formula 1's new pit stop regulations. Originally, the FIA issued a technical directive that would force the teams to slow down their pit stops. However, the plan to have a minimum reaction time has been abandoned and the new rules will be introduced at the Belgian Grand Prix. "It was a good, constructive discussion between teams and the FIA," told RacingNews365.com and other members of the press. "In the end, due to the special situation that we are in also with Covid-19, it is not so easy to go back to the factories at the moment and train together with the crew all...
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