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Formula One’s governing body has ruled for tradition over technology when it comes to deciding the official end of a Grand Prix.

The FIA said in a statement after a World Motor Sport Council meeting in Paris that the waved chequered flag would be reinstated next season as the “definitive end-of-race signal”.

Under new rules introduced this year, a digital chequered flag mounted on the starting lights gantry took precedence over the physical flag, which was still waved as before when cars crossed the finish line.

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Motorsport: Rolex 24 Daytona results, Chaz Mostert, 2014 Bathurst 1000, Bathurst 12 Hour

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The newly-signed Walkinshaw Andretti United ace took out GTLM honours aboard an RLL-run BMW M8 alongside John Edwards, Jesse Krohn and Augusto Farfus.

The fight for class honours came down to a final-hour shootout in the around-the-clock epic, with Krohn passing the class-leading Porsche of Nick Tandy with just 46 minutes remaining.

The overall honours went to another Aussie in Ryan Briscoe, with the veteran linking up with Scott Dixon, Kamui Kobayashi and Renger van der Zande for Wayne Taylor Racing.

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Motorsport: Rolex 24 Daytona results 2020, Bathurst 12 Hour 2020, Chaz Mostert

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Several local stars have dominated the Rolex 24 at Daytona ahead of this weekend’s Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12 Hour, with Supercars ace Chaz Mostert claiming a maiden Daytona crown.

The 2014 Bathurst 1000 winner played an integral role in helping the No. 24 BMW Team RLL M8 GTE towards GTLM honours, with countryman Ryan Briscoe winning outright for Wayne Taylor Racing Cadillac DPi.

IndyCar veteran Scott Dixon, who will suit up alongside Rick Kelly at Mount Panorama for the first time this weekend, joined Briscoe, Kamui Kobayashi and Renger van der Zande to take top honours in the around-the-clock marathon.

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A whopping 23 drivers will travel from Daytona to Bathurst to tackle the Aussie enduro, with five drivers either winning outright or their class.

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WRC 2020: Ott Tanak crash video, 2020 Monte Carlo Rally, WRC crash

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World champion Ott Tanak crashed out of the Monte Carlo Rally on Friday when he flew off the road on a mountainside in the Alps in the fourth stage.

The Estonian and his co-driver and compatriot Martin Jarveoja escaped unharmed but their Hyundai was badly damaged.

Tanak went off the road at high speed. The car’s nose dipped and hit the ground bouncing the vehicle into the air. It spun through a tree before landing on the mountain side. The two Estonians quickly climbed out of the car unscathed.

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