Motor racing-Love it or loathe it, Formula One has a halo

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By Alan Baldwin LONDON, March 14 (Reuters) - It is safe to say that Formula One's clunky 'halo' head protection device, the most obvious novelty of the 2018 season, has divided opinion. Strong enough to support the weight of a London double-decker bus, the prominent T-shaped structure around the cockpit is also ugly enough for Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff to want to take matters into his own hands. "I'm not impressed with the whole thing," the ...

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