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Clarity needed on ‘confusing' track limits issue

Both Alexander Wurz and Carlos Sainz say that track limits in F1 need adjusting to improve clarity surrounding the rules of the issue. At Imola last weekend, track limits were enforced at Piratella (turn 9) and Variante Alta (turn 15), resulting in 63 lap times being deleted over the course of the weekend. The most notable example of this was Lando Norris running inches wide at Piratella in qualifying and having a front-row start taken from him as a result. Former F1 driver Wurz, who now chairs the Grand Prix Drivers' Association and sometimes acts as the driver steward at race weekends, believes that track limits should be dictated by the environment around the circuit rather than...
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