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FIA to address start lights issue for Bahrain

Following complaints from a number of drivers in Melbourne, the FIA is to seek a solution in time for next week's Bahrain Grand Prix. The new aero regulations for 2019 mean the rear wing is now wider and higher than its predecessor and as a result a number of drivers had difficulty seeing the start lights last weekend. 'I actually had a bit of a panic because when I stopped I couldn't see the lights,' revealed Robert Kubica, who view of the lights was obscured by the rear wing on Carlos Sainz' car. 'The rear-wing of the McLaren was hiding it, so I could see the first block but not the rest. 'Then I had to move to the left and there was an additional light so it was a bit of a panic...
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