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Bahrain circuit CEO proposes solution to track limits problem

Interview To news overview © Mercedes Alterations could be made to the kerbs at the Bahrain International Circuit to avoid future problems with track limits, the track's CEO has said. One of the key talking points from the opening grand prix of the season was that of track limits after confusion over the rules throughout the weekend. Drivers were warned that they could face penalties if they went beyond the red and white kerb on the outside of turn four during qualifying, but not in the race. However, Lewis Hamilton was told by Mercedes during the race that they had received warnings about the track limits, and in the final laps of the event Max Verstappen was deemed to have ran off the...
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