Vettel tests new shield on car to protect Formula 1 drivers

Vettel tests new shield on car to protect Formula 1 drivers

Vettel tests new shield on car to protect Formula 1 drivers

Vettel completed a single installation lap and then returned to the garage where Ferrari removed the device and switched attention to its weekend programme. Forward vision is not very good, probably because of the curvature.

"We had a run planned with it, but I didn't like it, so we took it off".

The FIA has put its weight behind the Shield this year with the hope of introducing the device next year. The 'halo' and 'aeroscreen' options were trialled last season, but neither met with approval.

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The decision follows on from the accident that saw a spring from another F1 car strike Felipe Massa on the side of his helmet, fracturing his skull and causing him brain damage in the process. Kimi Raikkonen got the better of Vettel in both sessions when the team-mates shared a spin apiece.

Hamilton, also, has good reason to wish to claw back some points by winning his home race for a fourth year in a row and a fifth overall, to draw level with Alain Prost's record.

Adding to that 2009 triumph looks like being a tall order for Vettel, despite an upgrade to his Ferrari engine, but he remains confident.

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"Then obviously it depends on how it feels tomorrow". Today was a bit mixed for us, a bit up and down, but it's fun to drive around here'. "We will be testing it on various cars over the coming months".

"I have seen it on the computer, [but] I haven't seen it in real life, I'll check it out later on".

"We're worried about reflections but there may be solutions to that".

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