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Palmer: Drivers should be given more freedom in wheel-to-wheel action

Former Renault F1 driver and BBC columnist Jolyon Palmer believes that drivers should be given more leeway when it comes to wheel-to-wheel racing. The Brit believes that there are too many penalties being handed out for minor incidents in close racing between the drivers. In his regular BBC Sport column, Palmer criticised the way in which racing incidents were dealt with during the Japanese Grand Prix. Incidents involving Max Verstappen, Fernando Alonso and Lance Stroll were instances where he felt the drivers should be allowed to race. "If he had waited until after Spoon, he would have had a better chance to make the move into the chicane at the end of the lap, a much more...
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