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Lotus drivers back changes to Parabolica run-off

Whilst changes to the run-off at Parabolica weren't welcomed amongst Formula 1 fans, it seems the drivers are more open to the change. The famous Parabolica run-off has caught out many drivers in the past who have tried to brake a little too late for the final corner at Monza only to find their car beached in the gravel trap, but that won't be much of a concern this year as the gravel has been replaced with tarmac. Romain Grosjean has welcomed the change from a safety point of view and actually thinks the change will see drivers pushing harder. "Parabolica is a very challenging and quick corner so from a safety point of view it is a good thing to have some more margin for the drivers....
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