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Button: Stewards need Turn 8 clampdown

Jenson Button says the stewards need to clampdown on drivers running wide at Turn 8 following practice for the Austrian Grand Prix. A number of drivers were running wide at the penultimate corner, making use of a large run-off area to carry more speed. Race director Charlie Whiting said he would “inform drivers of the future policy” following the end of practice and Button admitted it was dangerous for drivers to take too many liberties with the corner. “There will probably be a couple of talking points in the drivers' briefing tonight,” Button said. “The pit entry at Turn Eight is tricky; I tried to go round the outside of someone who was pitting, but I just went straight on...
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