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F1 'grid girls' under 'strong review'

60% of respondents to a BBC Sport vote on Thursday said 'grid girls' should be part of Formula 1



Formula 1's new owners are looking into whether the sport should continue to use 'grid girls'.

Ross Brawn, F1 managing director of motorsports, said the use of female promotional models is a "delicate topic" which is "under strong review".

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Formula 1 drivers' union gets '100%' membership due to concerns over future

Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen were among those who had not officially joined the GPDA in recent years



Formula 1 drivers have unanimously signed up to their union because of concerns over the future of the sport.

Alexander Wurz, chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association, said the organisation had 100% membership "for maybe the first time in history".

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F1 bosses propose new security measures for Brazilian Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton called on F1 "to do more" following the attack on the Mercedes team in Brazil in November



Formula 1 bosses have proposed new security measures following a series of dangerous incidents at this year's Brazilian Grand Prix.

The most serious case came when Mercedes personnel were robbed at gunpoint on a road leaving the Interlagos track in Sao Paulo.

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Formula 1: British supercar firm Aston Martin will "probably" enter sport in 2021

Aston Martin chief executive Andy Palmer (left) with Red Bull team principal Christian Horner - the two have been working together to influence engine rule changes



Aston Martin says it will "probably" enter Formula 1 in 2021 as an engine supplier if the rules are changed in a way that makes it affordable.

F1 bosses have proposed new engine rules to reduce cost and complexity and attract new entrants, but existing manufacturers have objected.

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