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F1 should ‘ignore' track limits issue – Tost

May 19 Franz Tost has proposed a solution to the contentious issue of ‘track limits' in Formula 1 – specifically, to 'ignore it'. So far in 2021, the inconsistency and confusion about which corners are policed and how penalties are applied has been a major talking point. Some are proposing ‘hard limits' like grass, gravel or barriers, while others suggest the circuits' white delineating lines should be universally regarded as the limit and policed strictly. But Alpha Tauri boss Tost told Auto Motor und Sport when asked about track limits: 'I would ignore it. 'If someone gains an advantage because they overtake off-track, that is unacceptable,' he said. 'Otherwise I would...
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