Williams Formula One driver Felipe Massa of Brazil talks with engineers during a practice session. REUTERS/Yves Herman
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Formula One's governing body has banned teams from sending drivers coded messages under a controversial clampdown on radio communications use from this weekend's Singapore Grand Prix.The International Automobile Federation (FIA) issued a follow-up Monday to a directive sent to teams last week in which it gave more information about what they could and could not do during a race weekend.Teams were told that the use of pit boards for such messages was also banned.- Acknowledgement that a driver message has been heard.
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