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Track limit rule to be assessed on individual basis

The FIA's Charlie Whiting says incidents where drivers exceed the track limits will be dealt with on a race-by-race basis following consultation with the drivers themselves. Exceeding track limits has caused a stir amongst fans on several occasions as some incidents went without penalty, whilst others deemed to be more obvious, didn't. Whiting admits it's a sensitive area and one that is difficult to police, but the race director and technical delegate says they'll continue to assess each incident on an individual basis, with some leniency given to certain corners. "Track limits have become a very emotive subject," he said. "Fundamentally, a driver is required to use the...
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