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FIA leaves sausage kerbs in place at Paul Ricard

FIA race director Michael Masi took note of the grievances of several team bosses over the costly impact of Paul Ricard's sausage kerbs, but the track limit deterrents will remain in place. Paul Ricard's sausage kerbs were a concern from the outset of Friday's opening day of running in France, with Valtteri Bottas and Max Verstappen damaging their cars after running beyond the rumble strip and over the yellow kerbs that act as a physical limit to the track. Mercedes sporting director Ron Meadows and his Red Bull counterpart Jonathan Wheatley radioed in to race director Masi during the sessions to draw the latter's attention to the damage, both material and financial, caused by the kerb...
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