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Horner calls for halt to track limits ‘abuse'

Christian Horner hopes to see grey areas removed from the track limits issue in F1 after Sir Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen's duel in Bahrain. Red Bull's team principal believes Verstappen showed good sportsmanship in giving the lead back to Hamilton after overtaking the Briton at turn four in a frantic Bahrain Grand Prix, but a debate occurred after Hamilton seemingly repeatedly ran wide at the same corner during the race – potentially gaining an advantage from doing so. Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko echoed Horner's sentiments regarding the ‘shadowy' debate around track limits, but a common thread in the argument is a call for consistency with whatever rules the FIA set on...
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