New rules in Formula One aim to clamp down swindles
London, Apr 7(ANI): Formula One's dirty cheats would now face a clear out in this season's lash of the Grand Prix titans, and the main hit will be on drivers who intertwine about in an niquitous and risky bid to avoid being overtaken.
From now on they will be allowed only one change of direction to keep a fast-closing rival in heir slipstream, and shortcuts to save time or fuel will be expelled.
It's a plan to shun dodgy driving at 200mph that could end up in the death or injury of both rivers and trackside fans.
F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone has welcome these new rules, saying it would provide a safe nvironment for the Grand Prix.
"We want fair and square racing and no dirty, dangerous or underhand moves to wreck another uy's chances," The Gulf News quoted Ecclestone, as saying.
The prime mover is Grand Prix race director Charlie Whiting, who will instruct trackside tewards like British hero, and ex-champion Nigel Mansell to pinpoint the bad boys for unishment.
That could mean a costly drive-through in the race, points deductions, a disqualification and a an. (ANI)
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