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FIA Changes WEC Safety Car Rules

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The Federation Internationale de l’Automobile have changed the way Safety Cars are used in the FIA Word Endurance Championship by adding Full Course Yellow’s to the championships neutralization and safety rules.

The FCY, which is similar to the Code 60 used by races such as the Dubai 24 Hours, will see the cars slow down to 80 kph, line up, and maintain distance to the cars behind and in front, replacing the need for a safety car.

The aim of this to help the flow of the races, as well as reduce the amount of race time lost under the Safety Car.

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