F1's first day of radio silence

F1's first day of radio silence

GARY ANDERSON and EDD STRAW on how both car pace and the curbs on radio communication panned out on day one of the Singapore Grand Prix weekend

The restrictions on radio communications originally planned for this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix have been cut back, but during Friday practice the effects of what remain were clear.

Several times we heard drivers asking for specific information that the team is no longer allowed to supply, and being told to stick with their current programme and have a chat when they were back in the garage.

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