Motor racing-Spyker delay new F1 car after crash test failure


By Alan Baldwin ISTANBUL, Aug 23 (Reuters) - The struggling Spyker Formula One team said on Thursday they had delayed the introduction of their revised car until next month after it failed a rear impact crash test. The team said at the Turkish Grand Prix, where the B specification car was to have made its race debut on Sunday, that the car would be launched at the Italian Grand Prix instead. "It's obviously very disappointing to delay the launch," said technical director Mike Gascoyne ...

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