(Adds details) By Alan Baldwin LONDON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Formula One will try a knockout qualifying system in 2006 when Bahrain opens a 19-race season, the sport's governing body (FIA) said on Wednesday. A session of its World Motor Sport Council in Rome confirmed rule changes agreed at a meeting in London earlier this week, including the new three-part qualifying system and a return to multiple tyre changes during races. Qualifying, a point of contention in recent seasons, will now ...
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