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Horner urges Formula 1 to find a "consistent" track limits solution

Sam Hall Wednesday 7 April 2021 07:02 Red Bull team principal Christian Horner has emplored Formula 1 to remove the "shades of grey" surrounding the track limits regulations after the confusion of the Bahrain Grand Prix. As defined by article 27.3 of the Formula 1 sporting regulations, "for the avoidance of any doubt" the "white lines" mark the limit of the track. Article continues under video However, the grey areas began to emerge when FIA race director Michael Masi wrote in his event notes that during the race: "the track limits at the exit of turn four will not be monitored with regard to setting a lap time, as the defining limits are the artificial...
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