How F1's new wet weather standing starts will work

The new rules, which came about after complaints at Silverstone last year when fans were robbed of a spectacular start in the rain, were ratified last winter.
It means that should the FIA decide that conditions in Shanghai are not safe enough and a safety car period is required at 2pm, the race will resume not with a flying start but with the cars forming up on the grid.
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