The IndyCar Series has introduced the world to the latest style of driver protection. The Advanced Frontal Protection device, or AFP, is a small piece of bodywork designed to deflect objects away from the cockpit area of the car.
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The WMSC has announced that all new FIA Formula 4 Championships will have Halos from 2019, with existing ones implimented by 2023.
The extra weight being brought in by the halo in 2018, will see heavier Formula 1 drivers have to work hard to bring down their weight to reach the minimum allowed next season.
Despite current opinion indicating that many drivers and F1 teams are against the introduction of the halo cockpit protection system, the FIA are continuing on with their development.
Alex Wurz hopes that the decision from Thursday’s F1 Strategy Group meeting to delay the introduction of the Halo safety device will not be something that the sport regrets
A year on from Laurens Vanthoor‘s farcical, upside-down triumph in the Macau FIA GT World Cup, the world’s GT3 exotica would produce a no-less absurd spectacle in 2017. For a…