In the round-up: The FIA is planning how Halo will be developed following its introduction this season.
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FIA outlines plans for next version of Halo (Racer)
"We have two main objectives. One is the central strut, to see if we can have a reduction in thickness for visibility purposes. And secondly a better integration in the car, i.e. better aesthetics ultimately."
Ferrari boosted by latest F1 engine's dyno results (Motorsport)
"The increased endurance needs of the new engines mean that Ferrari has elected to start the campaign with an evolution of last year’s 063 power unit – which suffered a spate of unexpected reliability problems late in the season."
Alonso hints at WEC future once F1 career is over (Crash)
"The WEC gives you that. You have fewer races over the year. You can get a little of your life back but, at the same time, continue competing."
WEC could penalise privateers that beat Toyota (Autosport)
"All competitors and manufacturers that deliberately provided misinformation, tried to influence the (Equivalence of Technology) process, or whose level of performance is higher than the expected result may be sanctioned with a penalty before, during or after a race."
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