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FIA extends scrutineering deadline after freight delays

The FIA has extended the scrutineering deadline ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix due to freight delays, which has meant some teams are without vital equipment. Bad weather forced the delay of two places containing Formula 1 freight, which were supposed to land in Sao Paulo on Tuesday, but only arrived on Thursday, meaning teams […]
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