F1 drivers have given the thumbs-up to the corner that has replaced the notorious 'Singapore sling' chicane.
We reported a month ago that, following constant criticism and crashes, the slow and unusual chicane with high and harsh kerbs has been replaced by a simple left-hander at turn 10.
"I think it will be good," Mercedes' Nico Rosberg told Brazil's Totalrace, after seeing the new solution during his track walk on Thursday.
"I can't say if it is safer or not, because the speed has been increased, but I think they've done a great job," he added.
Force India's Adrian Sutil admits he will miss the old chicane.
"I usually like a lot of fast corners, but I liked the...
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