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F1 drivers want cockpit safety device for 2017

They are hoping the so-called 'halo' will prevent the lethal threat posed by flying debris in a crash

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Formula One (F1) drivers are calling for a new safety device to be installed in their cockpits from 2017, hoping the so-called "halo" will prevent the lethal threat posed by flying debris.

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FORMULA One (F1) drivers are calling for a new safety device to be installed in their cockpits from 2017, hoping the so-called "halo" will prevent the lethal threat posed by flying debris.

Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA) chairman Alexander Wurz said on Monday that his

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