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Old 17 Sep 2020, 03:10 (Ref:4002915)   #19
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Are they double file restarts?
No.Also the Bathurst 12 Hour which is an international race bans weaving after safety car lights go out.Multiple international drivers cop drive throughs every year.
No weaving definitely makes it safer because all cars are pointed straight ahead and in a straight line when it is green to go.Maybe the theory is the high standard of F1 drivers negates the risk.
In a pre weaving ban era I remember a national Formula Ford race at Eastern Creek about 15 years ago where the whole field was weaving about coming up to the restart,a bunch of cars got tangled up and crashed and most of the field was out before they reached the restart at the start/finish line.
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