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The FIA will make changes to the rules regarding where onboard cameras can be mounted inside rally cars.
The FIA Regional Rally Sporting Regulations are being adjusted to align them with the wording used in the FIA World Rally Championship rulebook regarding onboard camera mountings.
Essentially, the new safety focused requirements will specify that the “mountings of the cameras and recorders must be able to withstand a deceleration of 25g, while cameras must not be fitted between and/or on the side of driver or co-driver seats.”
While onboard cameras have become lighter and lighter, they still pose an injury threat should they become dislodged during an accident, or if they become detached during a competitive stage.
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