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A new rule is being imposed for the qualifying session in Bahrain next weekend.
F1’s governing body said the change was necessary after slow-moving cars that were saving fuel got in the way of runners on their final flying laps at the end of Q3 in Malaysia.

“Our clarification to the teams and drivers will be that cars returning to the pits having completed their flying lap or laps will be required to do so within a time that we will set,” an FIA spokesman confirmed.
“This could be approximately 120 percent of the normal time as we do to prevent drivers going very slowly to the grid to save fuel,” he added.

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