F1 could change rules to recreate Brazil safety car restart action

Ross Brawn has suggested Formula 1 will look at tweaking its rules to try to recreate the kind of spectacular restarts seen at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
A change to the regulations for this year means that drivers are not allowed to overtake until they have crossed the start-finish line at safety car restarts.
Brawn, who is F1’s managing director of sporting matters, says that the entertainment value of those restarts has been noted and that changes could be made to help recreate it at future events.

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