Magnussen doubts Halo will make F1 debut
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SEPTEMBER 3, 2016

Magnussen doubts Halo will make F1 debut

Kevin Magnussen is not sure the controversial Halo device will ever be introduced in F1.

More trials of the cockpit protection have taken place in Monza practice, and Force India's Sergio Perez said: "I have to admit the Halo does not interfere with visibility.

"But getting out of the cockpit took me five seconds more, which is a concern," the Mexican added.

Renault driver Magnussen added: "If I had my way, we would not use it.

"I don't think it will come in, otherwise we would be having it for next year already. I think now they've delayed it, we'll come up with something better."

(GMM)

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