FIA’s new pitlane impeding stance won’t work, warns Magnussen

Ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix, F1 race director Niels Wittich announced a change of stance regarding drivers trying to build-up gaps ahead of them in the pitlane in qualifying.Following a spate of incidents where drivers have stopped at the end of the pitlane to help them get space ahead of them for their outlap, stacking up rivals behind them, such behaviour has now been outlawed.For both …Keep reading

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