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BBC Sport

Formula 1 plans cockpit protection tests after Justin Wilson death
BBC Sport
Formula 1's governing body will carry out tests next month in a bid to improve cockpit protection in the wake of Justin Wilson's fatal accident. The Sheffield-born IndyCar driver died on Monday after he was struck by debris in Sunday's Pocono IndyCar ...
Video - Mercedes cockpit protection conceptFormula 1
Wilson tragedy to trigger big changes in F1Fox Sports
FIA set to carry out closed cockpit testsMotorsport.com
ESPN -crash.net
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autosport.com

Tech analysis: Latest 2017 F1 ideas
autosport.com
There have been several proposals to ensure the five to six second per lap improvement in F1 pace and also invite more overtaking. All of these aim to produce more downforce from the underbody, by using 'ground effect', which increases underfloor ...

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Car Throttle

10 Massive Fails In Formula 1 History
Car Throttle
The entire MasterCard Lola F1 project definitely deserves a mention. Bringing a team's plans one year forward was never going to succeed, but they arrived at the 1997 Australian Grand Prix with the garish-liveried, Ford V8-powered T97/30 anyway.


Motorsport.com

F1 teams in contact with Magnussen over 2016 seat
Motorsport.com
Kevin Magnussen is determined to return to an F1 race seat in 2016, and the Dane acknowledges that teams other than McLaren have been in contact in recent weeks. Despite his strong rookie season, Magnussen was dropped at the end of last year after the ...
Why McLaren Must Stick with Jenson Button for 2016 Formula 1 SeasonBleacher Report
Magnussen admits to approaches from other teamsESPN.co.uk
Fernando Alonso expects more pain for McLaren-Honda at Italian GPautosport.com
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autosport.com

Ferrari denies academy under threat
autosport.com
While Red Bull's similar initiative has propelled Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat into its main F1 team - and many others into Toro Rosso seats - no driver from Ferrari's academy has made the step up to the Scuderia's own F1 programme.

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autosport.com

'CFD amnesty' to help F1 revamp plans
autosport.com
FIA technical director Charlie Whiting has handed Formula 1 teams a 'CFD amnesty' to ensure the diverse 2017 rules can be finalised in seven months' time. For the 2017 F1 season cars will become five to six seconds per lap faster and look visibly ...

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autosport.com

Italy preview quotes - Lotus and Red Bull on Monza
Formula 1
Monza is and will always remain a classic in the Formula 1 calendar. The fans - or tifosi in Italy - are simply amazing and there are so many of them at all these historic venues no matter if it pours with rain or even if it snowed! “What do I like the ...
Pastor Maldonado was eliminated from Belgian GP by 17G kerb impactautosport.com
Lotus' Italian GP preview with Gastaldi and Chesterpitpass.com

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BBC Sport

Formula 1 gossip: Vettel, Bottas, Renault & Grosjean
BBC Sport
Engine supplier Honda insists it is not solely to blame for McLaren's woeful 2015 season, with the manufacturer's F1 chief Yasuhisa Arai insisting: "The car does not have the best mechanical and aerodynamic grip and compared to Red Bull there is still ...

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SkySports

Formula One stars mourn death of Justin Wilson
SkySports
F1 drivers past and present have come together to mourn Justin Wilson, who has died at the age of 37 after an IndyCar crash. The Sheffield-born driver raced in Formula 1 in 2003, starting the season with Minardi before moving to Jaguar, securing his ...
F1 community mourns loss of former driver WilsonFormula 1
Ex-F1 driver Justin Wilson fighting for life after being struck by debris ...Mirror.co.uk
Justin Wilson: British IndyCar driver dies after crashBBC Sport
ESPN -autosport.com
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BBC Sport

Belgian Grand Prix: Drivers demand end of blow-outs
BBC Sport
By Andrew Benson Chief F1 writer. Formula 1 drivers have demanded the end of tyre blow-outs after two dramatic failures at the Belgian Grand Prix. Grand Prix Drivers' Association chairman Alexander Wurz said: "We need to stop the sudden explosions.".
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