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Parabolica gravel trap replaced at Monza

The Parabolica corner at Monza has been altered, with the gravel trap removed and a tarmac run-off area installed ahead of this year's Italian Grand Prix. The final corner at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza previously featured a section of grass before a gravel trap, penalising drivers for running wide when attempting to carry more speed on to the long start/finish straight. However, pictures emerging on Twitter show that the gravel trap has been replaced by tarmac run-off on the entry to the corner at the very least. This year's Italian Grand Prix takes place on the weekend of 05-07 September. Como lo anuciamos hace meses, ya no habrá grava en la parabólica de Monza. Ahora habrá...
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