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"For sure it’s possible"

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F1 is considering revving up its rear view mirrors.

It emerged in Mexico that drivers are pushing their bosses to use camera and monitor technology to give them a better rearwards view than their cars’ traditional mirrors.

"For sure it’s possible," said Sauber team boss Frederic Vasseur.

Haas’ Gunther Steiner agreed: "The technology is out there, we could do it and I think it’s in discussion with the FIA at the moment. Charlie Whiting is looking into it."


27 October 2018 - 10h05, by GMM 



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