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F1 must be stricter with track limits – Alesi

Apr.13 Formula 1 must consider enforcing ‘track limits' strictly and consistently, according to former driver Jean Alesi. He told France's Auto Hebdo that the season opener in Bahrain was very confusing for the fans. 'I don't think they understood why Lewis (Hamilton) can go way out beyond the limits of the track without being sanctioned while Max (Verstappen) is immediately informed to give up the place when he used exactly the same line,' said Alesi. 'For me, more clarity is needed. If the driver puts all four wheels outside the limits of the track, the penalty must be immediate.' Alesi, 56, said he has already suggested that certain parts of every circuit should be labelled as...
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