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FIA way of thinking still a mystery to F1 drivers

Article To news overview © FIA During practice and qualifying in Bahrain, Formula 1 drivers were forced to say goodbye to their lap times as soon as their tyres were off track at Turn 4. However, that all changed during the race. It certainly generated controversy, as Lewis Hamilton made the most of this inconsistency by the FIA race directors and drove outside the track limits 29 times during the race, something his pursuer Max Verstappen did not. It's believed the Brit gained about 0.2 seconds per lap until he was told half way through the race to tone it down. Hamilton and Verstappen were both puzzled by the situation after the race was over. "It's very confusing," Hamilton...
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