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Verstappen wants harder track limits: Put in more gravel!

Article To news overview © Getty Images/Red Bull Contentpool Max Verstappen has said he'd like to see more gravel traps in Formula 1, rather than the enforcement of different boundaries currently in place at different tracks. Verstappen has been a big loser through the first few races, due to track limits violations. Overtaking Lewis Hamilton for the lead in Bahrain, Verstappen ran too wide out of Turn 4 and was forced to give back the position. He also lost out on pole position in Portugal after running wide at Turn 4, while also lost the fastest lap point for running wide at Turn 14 on the final lap. The Dutch driver is, understandably, frustrated as the limits are defined by kerbing...
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