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Formula One drivers are to be barred from changing helmet designs during the course of a season in a ruling aimed at helping fans identify their heroes and also pleasing traditionalists.The news received a mixed response on social media, with sports car racer and former F1 driver Alexander Wurz one of those critical of the decision.According to the autosport.com website, four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel has used some 60 different designs since his debut in 2007 – although he said recently he was likely to stick with one now he was at Ferrari.The frequent changes have rankled with more traditionally minded fans, who yearn for the days when drivers were easily recognizable by helmet colors and when cars also had much bigger numbers on their sides.
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