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Horner calls for tightening up: Track limits were being abused

Article To news overview © Red Bull Red Bull's Christian Horner has called for track limits rules to be clearly defined going forward, after vague enforcement of the limits dominated headlines in the wake of the Bahrain Grand Prix. Max Verstappen managed to reclaim the lead of the race from Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton with three laps to go, but was forced to cede the place back after running wide out of Turn 4 to complete the pass. The issue has complicated by the fact that Hamilton himself had run wide at the same corner on almost every lap during the first half of the race, prompting race control to tell him to stop doing so despite the pre-race notes saying track limits at the corner...
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