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Flexy floors and impervious sieves - Whiting remembered

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Mar 19, 2019, 12:54 PM

Our technical consultant remembers Charlie Whiting - the man who swapped pushing the F1 technical rule limits for guarding them, and maintained his focus to keep F1 at the cutting edge for four decades.

The excitement of the first Formula 1 race of the season palled when I heard about the death of Charlie Whiting on Thursday morning.

To say it was a shock would be an understatement and I kept reading it with the hope that it was a misprint or misinformation from the other side of the world. Tragically, it wasn't.

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