Watching Formula 1 qualifying from the Buddh International Circuit (BIC) in India today, you may have been surprised at the amount of track the drivers were using during the session. As we’ve seen in Hungary and Japan, drivers have been penalized for crossing the track limits with all four wheels because this was deemed to have been an advantage but things were different at the Indian Grand Prix.
The reason is, according to AUTOSPORT’s report, that there is no discernible advantage for running wide as Red Bull’s Mark Webber said:
'You don't want to go off as you get crap on your tyres,' he said. 'It is a pain in the arse and it hurts your back as well. We want to stay on the...
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