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FIA removes kerbs between Turn 9 and 10

Formula One’s governing body has announced that it had removed two kerbs at the Red Bull Ring ahead of the season-opening Austrian Grand Prix to ensure teams do not run out of spare parts. The late Charlie Whiting had always spent hours with the controlling the track limits in between Turn 9 and 10 at the Red Bull Ring. After trying out different ways to dishearten drivers to exceed the limits, the FIA installed very high kerbs between the second-to-last corner, named after 1970 world champion Jochen Rindt and the last turn. However, the high kerbs have caused several damages to the floor of the cars in recent years. The biggest incident happened to Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat during...
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