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Norris: FIA must ‘listen' to drivers over safety

Lando Norris says the FIA has to start listening to the drivers, especially when it comes to safety, as crashes have 'major consequences'. Last weekend the Miami International Autodrome hosted its first grand prix, the race basically taking place around the parking lot of the Hard Rock Stadium. And while the track surface created a lot of the headlines, the drivers weren't happy in general with its safety. Carlos Sainz crashed in Friday's second practice, the Ferrari driver hitting the barrier at Turn 13. Rather than it being a tecpro barrier, it was a concrete wall. The drivers raised that with the FIA during Friday evening's briefing but nothing was done. The following day Esteban Ocon...
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