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FIA simplifies engine penalty system, well sort of...

Following an assembly of the FIA's World Motor Sport Council on Wednesday, the governing body revealed several amendments to F1's sporting and technical regulations. In a bid to simplify the sport's much maligned engine penalty system - or at least make it less confusing - a change was approved, whereby if a driver incurs a penalty exceeding 15 grid places he will be required to start the race from the back of the starting grid. If more than one driver receives such a penalty they will be arranged at the back of the grid in the order in which the offences were committed. Hopefully, the new system will help fans work out more easily where a demoted driver shall potentially line up on the...
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