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Michael Masi: Track limits did not change during the race

Article To news overview © FIA FIA Race Director Michael Masi has explained the track limits rules applied at Turn 4 during the Bahrain Grand Prix did not change over the course of the race. The Turn 4 track limits proved critical in deciding the race, with Red Bull's Max Verstappen overtaking Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton at the corner but ran wide in the process. Masi explained that, immediately, Race Control got onto Red Bull to instruct their driver to yield the position back to Hamilton. "Red Bull were actually given an instruction immediately by myself, that I suggested that they relinquish that position as listed in the Sporting Regulations, which they did," explained Masi....
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