Formula One body imposes pitlane clampdown


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  • Wednesday, 10 Jul 2013

LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One's governing body ordered an immediate clampdown on access to the pitlane on Tuesday after a television cameraman was struck and injured by a bouncing wheel at last weekend's German Grand Prix.

The International Automobile Federation (FIA) said in a statement that only authorised team personnel and event marshals would be allowed to work in the pitlane during qualifying sessions and the race.

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