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Horner, Prost back FIA radio clampdown
Friday 12 September om 08:35 : Sep.12 (GMM) Christian Horner and Alain Prost have welcomed the FIA's immediate clampdown on radio communications within formula one.

Responding to criticism from fans, F1 race director Charlie Whiting on Thursday circulated a directive to teams clarifying the existing rule about drivers needing to "drive the car alone and unaided".
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Thursday 18 September
16:35 FIA could ease radio clampdown in Singapore 0
15:35 Ecclestone takes blame for radio clampdown 0
15:35 Alonso, Vettel fend off seat swap rumour 0
09:35 Kobayashi keeps Caterham seat for Singapore 0
09:35 Sainz 'very upset' with Verstappen signing 0
09:35 Drivers welcome FIA radio clampdown 0
09:35 Marchionne attitude 'positive' for Ferrari - Surer 0
09:35 Billionaire now looking to buy Marussia - report 0
09:35 Smoke haze over Singapore for GP 0
08:35 Susie Wolff not disappointed with Williams role 0
08:35 Only 'subtle details' troubling Vettel in 2014 - Webber 0
Wednesday 17 September
09:35 DTM champion Wittmann not dreaming of F1 0
09:35 Vettel 'most expensive item' at Red Bull - Marko 0
09:35 Highs and lows in 2014 for new Merc reserve Wehrlein 0
09:35 F1 teams admit concerns over ticket prices 0
09:35 Todt tips Ferrari to end crisis quickly 0
Tuesday 16 September
15:35 Vettel, Red Bull deny Alonso seat swap 0
08:35 Mercedes signs reserve, Prodromou starts at McLaren 0
08:35 Caldarelli rules himself out for Caterham seat 0
08:35 Ferrari's business success unrelated to F1 - Montezemolo 0
08:35 FIA clarifies radio clampdown for F1 teams 0
08:35 Heidfeld defends Formula E after Vettel attack 0
Monday 15 September
09:35 Schu at home for 'emotional stimulation' 0
09:35 Ferrari could take $25m stake in F1 0
09:35 Russian linked with Caterham seat for Sochi 0
09:35 Red Bull's da Costa admits F1 'dream' over 0
09:35 Bianchi future unclear amid Marussia uncertainty 0
09:35 Alonso and Raikkonen are staying - Marchionne 0
09:35 FIA seeking 'clarification' on radio clampdown 0
Friday 12 September
16:35 Mercedes to correct gear ratio flaw for Singapore 0
 
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