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Ex-F1 driver wants FIA to act after 'utter stupidity' in Abu Dhabi race

Article To news overview Former F1 driver Karun Chandhok has called for the FIA to act following a "stupid" incident in a Formula Regional Asian race in Abu Dhabi. During the second of three races held in the championship over the weekend, Hadrien David had been making progress through the field from 22nd when he ran wide after attempting to overtake Paul Aron. When he rejoined the track, the French driver collided with Cem Bolukbasi and Pepe Marti, causing both to crash out of the event. David managed to stay on the circuit, but later retired in the pits. Chandhok shared footage of the accident with his Twitter followers and suggested that the FIA need to look into putting a...
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