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F1 needs ‘simple solution to track limits – Binotto

May 11 Formula 1 should seek a 'simple solution' to the controversy about so-called track limits, according to Ferrari team boss Mattia Binotto. The issue has been prominent in 2021 so far, with FIA officials now regularly accused of being too harsh, too lenient or too inconsistent with their rulings and penalties. Some believe F1 should instead take an extremely hard interpretation of ‘track limits' based on the white lines, while others think the drivers should be free to use the track as they wish. Another option is to install natural track limits at the circuits, such as much higher kerbs, grass or gravel, or Monaco-like barriers. 'It would be great if we could put guardrails...
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