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Marko's solution for ‘shadowy' track limits issue

Dr Helmut Marko has described the track limits issue during the Bahrain Grand Prix as “a shadowy affair” that could be averted by putting “a wall” at turn four. The outcome of the 2021 season-opening race was decided by Max Verstappen’s illegal overtake for the lead on lap 53 of 56, when he exceeded track limits at turn four and had to give the place back to eventual winner Sir Lewis Hamilton. Although it was generally agreed that the final result was the correct one and that the Red Bull driver had done the right thing in yielding to his Mercedes rival, it was also true that Hamilton had gone wide at the same corner numerous times during the race. That meant a grey area emerged...
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